2010 Audi Q5 and Consequences of Rollovers
The 2010 Audi Q5 is a popular choice among purchasers of crossover SUV models. Many consumers cite its larger capacity than smaller vehicles as a positive quality, while appreciating that it is not as large as a full-sized SUV. It is important for consumers to remember, however, that all SUVs, whether compact, crossover, or full-sized, have a higher risk for rollover accidents than do other vehicles. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has rated the 2010 Audi Q5 as having a 15.1% risk for rolling over if an accident occurs.
If you or someone you love has been injured in a rollover accident that involved a 2010 Audi Q5, legal action may be appropriate. Contact the SUV rollover lawyers of the Willis Law Firm at 800-883-9858. We have experience helping clients to fight for the financial compensation that they are due when they have been hurt as a result of a vehicle defect.
Common Consequences of Rollover Accidents
Rollover accidents often have extremely serious physical consequences. Automobiles are not designed with the intent that safety features be directed toward an impact from above, and as a consequence there are few protections for a vehicle’s occupants when it rolls over. The following are some of the injuries that may be sustained:
- Head trauma and cranial fractures
- Brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Neck injuries
- Broken bones
Do not delay seeking legal counsel when you have been hurt in a rollover accident while driving a 2010 Audi Q5. Contact the experienced SUV rollover attorneys of the Willis Law Firm by calling 800-883-9858 today.