What is a Rollover Accidents?
A rollover accident occurs when a vehicle tips on its side or roof during a crash. Depending on the force of the impact, the vehicle could roll just once, or it might roll multiple times before it finally comes to a complete stop.
Rollover accidents sometimes involve multiple vehicles, but they most commonly occur in single-car accidents. Because of the nature of the accident, they often result in severe injuries.
Common Causes of Rollover Accidents
There are multiple reasons a vehicle may roll over, including:
- Speeding: Taking a turn too fast or speeding around a curve can cause your tires to lose their grip on the road, causing your vehicle to roll over.
- Tripping: Tripping is a very common cause of rollover accidents. Tripping is when your car’s tire hits something, like a curb or ditch. When this happens, it shifts the vehicle’s weight to one side, and sometimes the car will roll over before regaining its balance.
- Crashing: If the force of impact is strong enough in a motor vehicle accident, it can tip your car.
- Inclement Weather: Rain, snow, or ice-covered roads are slippery, so it’ll be much easier to lose control of and roll your car.
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