Injured in an SUV Rollover Accident? Our New Jersey Lawyers Can Help
Written by Administrator
Wednesday, 18 November 2009 17:12
rollover Have you or a loved one been hurt in an SUV rollover accident? Our New Jersey lawyers understand just how frightening rollover accidents can be. You were told that you were driving a sturdy van, reliable jeep, or a safe SUV, but now you’re injured because your vehicle was involved in a devastating crash.

Victims of rollover accidents suffer some of the most serious injuries of any type of car accident. Bad roads and more can cause your Sport Utility Vehicle to roll in a one-car accident, leading to neck injuries and spinal cord injuries that result in emotional trauma, paralysis, and wrongful death.

You need Mayo & Russ on your side.

Our New Jersey SUV rollover accident lawyers and staff focus on car accident cases, so we know how insurance companies operate – they try to settle cases cheaply, without concern for your best interests. When you hire us, we put our legal know-how to work, fighting for your rights to fair compensation.

From the moment you hire our car crash law firm, an entire legal team goes to work for you.

  • In the office, SUV lawyers and legal staff will talk to the insurance company and take the worries off your hands – so you can focus on more important matters, like getting better and healing from your rollover accident injuries.
  • In the field, our investigators take pictures at the scene of the SUV or van crash, talk to witnesses who were there, and use whatever means possible to dig up evidence for your van accident case.

Did You Know?


Because of the high center of gravity in SUVs, they are more prone to rollover than any other type of vehicle. SUV occupants are three times more likely to die in a rollover accident than those in a typical automobile. Also, some SUV models have had design defects that contribute to the high number of deaths associated with rollover accidents. For example, inadequate roof strength to withstand rollovers and faulty door latches, resulting in victims being thrown out of the vehicle in an accident.