Lawyers Handling Rollover Accidents

Some of the most serious injuries are those resulting from SUV (sport utility vehicle) rollover accidents. Many people are surprised to learn this, especially since SUVs are known as being tough, durable and sustainable motor vehicles. However, due to their higher centers of gravity, being narrow and top-heavy, they are more prone to tipping over.

SUV rollover accident victims are entitled to seek compensation for their injuries. In Michigan, even if no other vehicles are involved in an accident, regardless of fault, injured accident victims have substantial rights to obtaining no-fault benefits.

Experienced Michigan Vehicle Rollover Injury Lawyers

At Bredell & Bredell, our Ann Arbor rollover accident attorneys have extensive experience in representing car accident victims throughout Michigan. In fact, we have been successfully helping injured accident victims since 1984. In addition, we are very skilled at obtaining no-fault benefits and have a deep understanding of the complex statutes involved. If you are interested in learning more about how we can help with your rollover accident case, contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation.

SUV Rollover Accidents in Michigan

There are some common reasons for why SUV rollover accidents are so frequent. For one, the higher center of gravity increases the chances for an SUV to tilt and roll over. Moreover, SUVs are frequently used to carry heavy loads, aggravating the chances for an already rollover-prone vehicle.

The design and manufacture of an SUV are also very crucial. If a design is defective or the SUV was manufactured improperly, there are also product liability issues to consider. Furthermore, there are certain safety features that must be on an SUV, like a roll bar, to prevent the top of an SUV from caving in or getting crushed.


If another party was the one who caused your injury (in some cases more than one party), then you can seek damages for pain and suffering against the at-fault driver. Pain and suffering is for noneconomic damages. Also, you have a claim against your own insurance company for economic losses such as medical expenses, cost of rehabilitation, loss of income, loss of earning capacity, etc.

If someone else caused your injury, you have a pain and suffering claim against the at-fault driver (noneconomic damages) as well as a claim against your own insurance company for economic loses (cost of rehab, medical expenses).

Falling Asleep at the Wheel

Many of our clients come to us wondering what happens if they had fallen asleep while driving and rolled over on the medium. If this is the case, you cannot sue anyone, but you are still entitled to lifetime no-fault benefits, three years of wages and other benefits, depending on the specifics at hand.

Contact Us Today in Ann Arbor or Ypsilanti

Discuss your rights today with one of our skilled SUV rollover accident lawyers in Michigan. Contact us online or call now 866-586-8164 and schedule a free initial consultation. We can start discussing your case, and the possibilities for achieving a beneficial resolution. Our firm has law offices in Ypsilanti and Jackson. We represent people located throughout the state of Michigan.