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The design and manufacturing of a vehicle plays a massive role in what protections are given to you in an auto accident. In a rollover accident, properly made vehicle roofs are designed to withstand the forces involved during accidents. It is entirely possible however, that vehicles are improperly designed or manufactured and will suffer a vehicle roof collapse in a rollover accident, causing severe injuries or death. Whether you drive a car, truck or SUV, your vehicle should be able to withstand the pressure caused in a rollover accident.
If you were injured or someone you loved was injured or lost their life in an accident with a car roof collapse, it is probable that the collapse was caused by a design or manufacturing defect. At Ginnis, Krathen, & Zelnick, P.A., we will efficiently investigate your accident, determine the causes, expose the parties or entities responsible for the vehicle roof collapse and do everything in our power to get you the compensation you deserve. Our attorneys have years of product liability and negligence experience. We have successfully handled car roof collapse cases and we want to assist you, too.
Car Roof Collapse Attorneys
The crashworthiness of your roof is one of the most important safety elements of your vehicle. Your vehicle’s roof should be able to withstand the impact of rollover accident. If a car roof collapse does occur, it may cause severe injuries and even death. Manufacturers, designers and any other party or entity involved in the creation, manufacturing, sales and distribution of a car, truck or SUV with a roof defect should be held accountable when a car roof collapse causes injury or death.
South Florida personal injury attorneys Ginnis, Krathen, & Zelnick, P.A. have car roof collapse attorneys with the experience and knowledge you need to handle your vehicle roof collapse action. A car roof crush case can be complex. Our attorneys have successfully handled product liability and personal injury car roof collapse cases.