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Rollovers are dangerous incidents that have a higher fatality rate than other types of crashes, according to the NHTSA. To reduce the risk of a rollover, please view our latest public safety video and download the important driver safety tips below.
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Important Tips to Prevent Car and SUV Rollovers, presented by Montlick & Associates, Georgia Rollover Accident Attorneys
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Rollovers are dangerous incidents that have a higher fatality rate than other types of crashes. More than 10,000 people are killed a year in car rollover accidents. Taller, narrow vehicles are more likely to rollover; however a rollover crash can happen in any type of vehicle. Other factors such as driver behavior and road environmental conditions also help determine whether or not a vehicle rolls over.
Georgia Accident Attorneys Montlick & Associates has handled thousands of auto accident cases, including those involving SUV rollovers and car rollovers. While our goal is to protect the rights of accident victims, we also want to help prevent these injuries from ever happening. Montlick & Associates, Attorneys at Law has created this Car Rollover Safety Guide and two minute video segment to help keep you and your family safe on the road.