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Pittsburgh PA Vehicle Rollover Accident Attorney

Pennsylvania Attorneys for Victims of Vehicle Rollovers

Rollover accidents are some of the most terrifying, injury-causing situations that people experience. The out-of-control feeling, the sound of metal and glass smashing, the pain following: rollover accidents are often life-changing, but they may not be your fault. Attorney Dallas W. Hartman and his associates can help you fight for compensation for the pain, suffering, loss and expenses you and your family may face.

Get immediate assistance from an experienced personal injury and medical malpractice lawyer. Contact our Pennsylvania law firm for a free consultation: 1-800-777-4081 | E-mail

Car and SUV rollovers and overturned trucks are becoming more and more common vehicle accidents. Like rear-end accidents, rollovers can cause significant injuries to passengers and drivers alike. Often, the extent of injuries may not be known until time has passed.

It May Not Be the Driver’s Fault

When rollover accidents occur, it is often assumed that the driver was at fault, turning too sharply or moving too fast. However, the problem may lie in how the car was manufactured. When safety standards are not met, accidents and injuries occur.

If you have been involved in a car accident, it is important to speak with an attorney before making a recorded statement to an insurance company. Qualified personal injury attorneys are advocates for your interests; insurance adjusters simply want to save money for the insurance companies.

Call for a Free Consultation

Choose the law firm of Dallas W. Hartman, P.C. as your personal injury advocate. For more than 24 years, the attorneys at our firm have been fighting to protect the rights of injured victims and their families in Pennsylvania and Ohio. Call us toll free at 1-800-777-4081 to discuss your situation. We make home and hospital visits. Contact us today.

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