Roof Crush Defect Attorneys in Miami
To be "crashworthy," a vehicle needs to be designed in such a way as to protect occupants in the event of a crash. That means, among other things, designing pickup trucks and SUVs with strong-enough roof pillars and support structures to keep the top of the vehicle from collapsing into the passenger compartment in a rollover accident. Hundreds of people suffer paralysis and other catastrophic injuries from roof crush accidents every year.
Our Miami personal injury lawyers at Freidin Brown, P.A. help people injured in rollover accidents obtain the compensation they need for:
- Medical expenses
- Lost wages
- Pain and suffering
We also represent family members of wrongful death victims who die in rollover accidents after the roof is crushed. If we commit to handling your roof crush injury case, our attorneys will set out to prove it by thorough investigation, use of top-flight experts, and extensive depositions. We work on all auto defect cases as a team. Although one attorney will have ultimate responsibility for your case, at least one and possibly two other lawyers will be involved in planning or strategy sessions.
To schedule a consultation at no cost to you, call (888) 650-0918.
Using Our Extensive Resources to Strengthen Your Case
Our staff includes nursing and medical professionals who are available to assist us in the evaluation and preparation of each case. We use a multitude of sophisticated litigation techniques including elaborate demonstrative exhibits, computer graphics, and animations to support your roof crush injury case. These techniques, plus the combined experience and wisdom of our lawyers and staff, make a favorable settlement highly likely.
Our lawyers are known for winning major award and settlements for personal injury victims throughout Florida. We handle all roof crush and auto defect cases on a contingent fee basis. That means you do not pay attorney fees or costs unless we make a recovery for you.
Call us today to begin pursuing compensation for your injuries.