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Mount Dora Woman Killed After Her SUV Rolled Over in Nevada

According to the Reno Gazette-Journal, a Mount Dora, Florida woman was killed and her husband was injured on May 21 after their SUV rolled over along US 50 in Churchill County, Nevada. Authorities stated that the couple’s Buick SUV went off the roadway where it overturned. “For unknown reasons [the driver] lost control of the vehicle,” the Nevada Highway Patrol said in a statement. The Nevada Highway Patrol (NHP) stated in a news release that a 75-year-old woman who was a passenger in the SUV was pronounced dead at the scene. The 77-year-old driver was being treated for injuries at a local hospital in Reno, Nevada. Who Do I Call If I Was in an Accident Caused by Defective Auto Parts? Our injury attorneys have handled over 100 cases involving defective auto components, so we know how dangerous they can be. Our lawyers have extensive experience recovering damages for clients…
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Four Killed After SUV Rolls Over in San Antonio

According to KXAN, a rollover traffic accident on the South Side of San Antonio left four people dead. San Antonio police say the wreck happened early on March 24, after the driver of a Chevrolet Trailblazer lost control. San Antonio Police Department officials and paramedics responded to the crash just after 2 a.m. near an Interstate 35 and I-10 exchange. Four people, two men and two women, were ejected from the SUV after it rolled over several times, and all four died from injuries they sustained in the accident. I Was Seriously Injured After My SUV Rolled Over. What Do I Do Now? Sometimes car accidents result from defective vehicle design, and flawed automobiles cause a significant percentage of severe car collisions. For example, SUVs may have stability issues that make them more likely to roll over. Although the introduction of electronic stability control systems has helped to reduce the…
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45-Year-Old Woman Ejected and Died in SUV Rollover Crash in Tampa, Florida

According to Bay News 9, on January 15, a 45-year-old Tampa woman was killed after she lost control and was ejected from her SUV as it rolled over several times. The Florida Highway Patrol reported that the woman was driving a 1994 Ford Explorer when she unexpectedly veered onto a raised concrete median, over-corrected and spun out of control. The SUV rolled over multiple times and ejected the 45-year-old woman. She died at the scene. This fatal crash remains under investigation by police officials. My Loved One Was Killed Due to a SUV Rollover and I Need an Experienced Lawyer The deadliest risk facing SUV drivers is a rollover accident. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, more than 280,000 rollover accidents occur each year, claiming more than 10,000 lives annually. Rollover accidents are directly related to a vehicle’s stability in turns. The stability is influenced by the center…
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9-Year-Old Boy Ejected from Vehicle and Killed in SUV Rollover Crash

According to KSAZ Fox 10, police officials are investigating a November 19 rollover crash in Maricopa County, Arizona that killed a 9-year-old boy and injured his mother and two siblings. Sheriff’s deputies at the scene stated that the 36-year-old mother and her children were traveling on the Bush Highway when she unexpectedly lost control of her Chevrolet Suburban for unknown reasons. Her 9-year-old son was ejected from the vehicle, and the SUV rolled over him, killing him instantly. The mother and her other children suffered minor injuries. Police officials say intoxication is not suspected, but the cause of the crash remains under investigation. My SUV Rolled Over Due to Defective Vehicle Design. What Do I Do? Sometimes car accidents result from defective vehicle design. SUV’s may have stability issues that make them more likely to roll over. Although the introduction of electronic stability control systems has helped reduce the risk…
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