Toyota Rollover Attorney
Toyota 4-Runner, Land Cruiser, Tundra, and Tacoma all feature a short wheelbase and a high center of gravity. Both of these elements have a role in rollover incidents. When an SUV must conduct evasive maneuvers, the vehicle’s design makes it difficult to control and commonly ends in a one-car rollover disaster.
Rollovers are harmful because of defects in the safety design, which have been established in courtrooms throughout America over and again. The safety of the driver and passengers is critical during a rollover. If the windshield glass of the vehicle breaks, it can cause roof collapse, passenger compartment intrusion, and passenger ejection.
Toyota 4-Runners manufactured before 1996 have been branded “death traps.” During evasive maneuvers, the 4Runner has been known to overturn at speeds of less than 40 miles per hour. Toyota admits that the 4Runner is prone to rollovers on the dry-level ground.
The 1988-1996 4Runner would obtain a one-star rollover resistance rating under current NHTSA regulations, the lowest grade. The pre-1996 4Runner is approximately four times more likely than the typical car to overturn.
Toyota 4-Runner, Land Cruiser, Tundra, and Tacoma Rollover Attorney
When a vehicle rolls over, the accident is almost guaranteed to be serious. Rollovers are high-velocity, high-impact crashes that can seriously injure the head or spine, frequently resulting in life-changing catastrophic injuries, including traumatic brain injuries, burns, spinal cord injuries, and death. Additionally, they are often involved in multivehicle accidents, making the legal case for recovering financial damages immensely complicated.
Contact a Toyota Rollover Lawyer
Our rollover attorney has helped many critically wounded clients nationwide recover money for death and catastrophic injuries caused by SUV and truck rollovers, including Toyota vehicles. David P. Willis is board certified as a personal injury trial law specialist. We’ve put in a lot of effort to get the best results for our clients, and we’ll do the same for you and your loved ones. Call us at 713-654-4040 or 1-800-883-9858.