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Rollover Accidents

Rollover accidents can be some of the most damaging of all types of car accidents. When a car or SUV rolls, the forces placed on the vehicle and the bodies of the passengers are intense. Most cars are designed to withstand the forces of a more common type of collision from the front, side or rear, but in a rollover accident, the passenger compartment may be completely crushed.

If you have been injured or a loved one has been killed in a rollover car accident, please call 203-878-1254 to speak with one of our experienced Connecticut car accident lawyers.

Causes of Rollover Accidents

Any kind of car can be in a rollover accident, but vehicles that have a high center of gravity, such as SUVs and trucks, have a greater chance of rolling over. In fact, well over half of all rollover accidents involve SUVs.

Truck, SUV, and car manufacturers can be held liable for injuries sustained in rollover accidents when the vehicles are not properly designed to have stability around curves or have other manufacturing defects like defective tires or brakes.

Rollover accidents are more likely to cause life-altering injuries like traumatic brain injuries or spinal cord injuries. Other causes of rollover accidents include driving too fast, especially around corners, or unsafe road conditions caused by neglect from local governments.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a roller accident, please contact Penner Law Firm today for your consultation with an experienced Connecticut car accident lawyer. 

Misdiagnosis of Traumatic Brain Injuries

Traumatic brain injuries require emergency medical attention. When you take your loved one to medical professionals in an emergency, you expect the doctors and staff to provide a certain level of care. Unfortunately medical malpractice associated with misdiagnosing brain injuries is far too common.

Many doctors and other medical professionals do not recognize traumatic brain injury symptoms when they see them. As a result, many innocent patients unnecessarily spend months experiencing:

  • Headaches
  • Mood swings
  • Seizures
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Behavioral changes

If you've experienced any of these TBI symptoms after an accident or some other trauma, you have a right to expect that your doctor will accurately diagnose your condition. If he or she fails to do so and you suffer as a result, our medical malpractice lawyers are may be able to help.

If your loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury and a subsequent misdiagnosis that worsened their condition, please call 203-878-1254 or contact Penner Law Firm today for your free consultation with an experienced Connecticut lawyer.