Can You Be Compensated For A Rollover?

Rollovers very often involve just one vehicle. In this way, they are a bit unique from other car accidents because another driver is not at fault. However, this does not mean you are out of luck when it comes to filing a personal injury claim. Some insurance policies will still provide coverage for single car accidents.

It is also possible that another party caused your rollover. Potential parties at fault include:

  • The car's manufacturer
  • Party responsible for road conditions
  • Construction companies with unsafe site conditions

A malfunction in your vehicle or conditions such as uneven roads might be the cause of the injuries you sustained. The Law Offices of Cameron D. Simpson, P.A., can help you investigate these possibilities.

Leave The Legal Matters To Us

To successfully obtain compensation for your injuries, a lawyer will need to prove that another party was the reason for your rollover. We will work with you to collect the details of what happened and determine any parties that could be involved.

We do not want you to worry about any of the legal aspects of your case. Your focus should be on your recovery. While you care for yourself physically, we will take care of you legally. Attorney Cameron Simpson always works one-on-one with her clients, giving you the opportunity to stay in the loop about your case and ask questions at any point in time.

Accessible And Affordable Services

We value accessibility. Attorney Cameron can be contacted at any time, and we offer after-hours appointments when needed. We also work on a contingency fee basis, which means we are not paid if you are not compensated.

For a free consultation, call 850-659-6512 or email us. From Fort Walton Beach, we serve Florida families in all of Okaloosa County, Escambia County, Santa Rosa County, Bay County and Walton County.