Ocala Lawyer for Rollover Accidents

Handling SUV Rollovers, Truck Rollovers and More

Vehicles that have high centers of gravity — such as SUVs, semi trucks and vans — tend to be more susceptible to rollover accidents. According to the Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS):

  • Rollovers are responsible for approximately 55 percent of semi-truck fatalities.
  • Victims were not wearing seat belts in 78 percent of fatal rollover accidents involving single vehicles.
  • 64 percent of the victims were partially or completely ejected from their vehicles.

If you have been hurt in an accident caused by someone else's negligence or wrongdoing, you are not alone, and we can help you seek compensation for your damages and loss. At the Law Offices of Jorge Luis Colón, P.A., we represent individuals throughout Florida who have suffered serious injuries or lost loved ones to rollover accidents.

What Causes Rollover Accidents?

Rollovers can be caused by numerous different factors, including:

  • Excessive speed
  • Curves or sharp turns
  • Loss of tire traction
  • Road and weather conditions
  • Hitting a curb, soft shoulder or another vehicle
  • Manufacturing defects or design flaws

Ultimately, all motor vehicle accidents are complicated events, and rollovers are no exception. It is important to get an experienced Florida personal injury lawyer on your side. The Law Offices of Jorge Luis Colón, P.A., works with accident reconstructionists and other experts to thoroughly explore all the facts of such cases and determine liability for our clients' injuries.

Consult a Gainesville Vehicle Rollover Attorney

Were you injured in a truck, SUV or car rollover? Do not hesitate to set up a free initial consultation with an Ocala attorney for rollover accidents and learn more about your rights and options. We charge contingency fees, which means you pay us nothing unless we recover money for you.* Call the Law Offices of Jorge Luis Colón, P.A., at 352-484-1845 or toll free at 888-459-5051, or contact us online.


*In certain situations, clients may be responsible for court costs or other expenses.