Dodge Durango 4WD and 2WD
The 2011 Dodge Durango remains unrated in safety features, by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), but the 2012 model has been rated in safety features such as the risk for rollover accidents. The risks change when you drive a 4-wheel-drive or a 2-wheel-drive model. While many people assume that a 4-wheel-drive model tends to be safer, the 2012 Dodge Durango 4WD still carries a 21.2% risk for rollover, compared to the 2WD risk of 22.8% in a controlled testing environment.
If you or someone you love has been injured in a rollover accident that involving a 2012 Dodge Durango, you may be able to pursue financial compensation through a civil lawsuit. Contact the experienced SUV rollover lawyers of the Willis Law Firm by calling 800-883-9858 today to learn more about your legal rights and options from a committed and capable attorney.
Who is to Blame?
The Dodge Durango was rated only 3 out of 5 stars for its overall safety rating by NHTSA, making it one of the higher-risk vehicles out there for consumers. If you are injured in an SUV rollover accident you may be wondering who is to blame. Many factors can contribute to a vehicle’s risk for rollover, including those involving:
- Inherent design flaws
- Mistakes made in the manufacturing process
- Vehicle malfunction
- Tire defects
Depending upon the circumstances of your crash and the scope of the harm which you have suffered, it may be possible to recover financial compensation for medical bills, vehicle replacement costs, and other damages.
If you or someone you know owns a 2012 Dodge Durango and has been involved in a rollover accident, contact the experienced SUV rollover lawyers of the Willis Law Firm at 800-883-9858 today.