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Single Car Rollover Accident Michigan | Van Rollover Crash On I-96

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Our car accident Michigan lawyer is reporting a Lowell single vehicle rollover car accident that happened on Sunday, February 26, on I-96 eastbound near Alden Nash Avenue. According to reports, a large van, bound for Lansing, Michigan, lost control rolling into a ditch on the side of the highway after blowing a tire and clipping another car. The driver of the van, an 18-year-old man, was killed due to the single rollover car accident. The large van, which carried congregants from a church in West Africa, held a dozen passengers, ranging from ages 8 months to 23 years. All passengers suffer injuries due to the rollover car accident. and were taken to the local hospitals.  

Car accidents are recognized as a one of the major causes of death in the United States , killing nearly 42,000 people each year. Rollover accidents play a significant role in this statistic because they have been especially known to be the most violent among car accidents. Rollover motor vehicle accidents quite often result in life altering injuries, permanent disability, or even death. Injuries often include spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries, severe orthopedic fractures, and other serious injuries.

According to the National Center for Statistics and Development (NCSA), about 95% of rollover car accidents are tripped – meaning the vehicle strikes something low, such as a curb or shallow ditch, causing it to tip over.  Statistics also show that drivers of rollover vehicles tend to be males, under 40 years old, driving on two-way roads without dividing barriers.  

I am very sorry to hear about this tragic accident. My condolences go out to the family of the deceased victim and I hope the injured victims have a fast recovery without any permanent damage.

Our car accident Michigan lawyer advises victims of their legal rights. For this type of accident the all injured individuals can submit a claim for Michigan No-Fault insurance benefits. No Fault benefits will cover their medical expenses, lost wages, attendant care, replacement services, and other benefits related to injuries suffered in the accident. The injured victims can claim these benefits even if they did not have a Michigan automobile insurance policy.

The injured individuals may also have claims for personal injuries against the driver if determined to be at fault in the Michigan single vehicle rollover accident. The insurance company for the negligent driver typically pays a settlement for this type of case. In this lawsuit, the injured passengers can claim damages and compensation for the injuries suffered in the accident. 

In addition, the family of the deceased victim may be able to make a claim for Survival Loss Benefits. This can include payment of funeral expenses, lost wages, and loss of other services. At the very least, all parties involved in the accident should hire the best possible car accident lawyer in Michigan to look into these possibilities.
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