F-250/350 Super Duty Rollover Accidents
Bringing a Claim Against Ford for Your Injuries
The Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty truck series have been plagued recently by consumer complaints and accident stories. It appears that defects with the trucks’ manufacturing processes have left the vehicle prone to rolling over during certain driving conditions. In some cases, the roof of the driver’s cabin has collapsed during a rollover, putting the driver and passengers at serious risk of a catastrophic injury.
At The Ammons Law Firm LLP, our attorneys are currently hearing from Ford F-250 and F-350 owners who have been hurt due to defects with their trucks. Throughout our years of legal representation, we have successfully pursued more than 300 rollover cases against large automakers like Ford. If you were hurt when your Ford F-250/350 rolled over, please let us know right away. We may be able to demand compensation from Ford on your behalf.
Call (281) 801-5617 now to learn more about our legal services and your rights after an accident.
Issues with the Ford F-250 & F-350
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), current models of both the Ford F-250 and F-350 have been peppered with serious consumer complaints. The majority of complaints all have to do with losing control of the vehicle due to slight bumps in the road, especially when traveling at highway speeds.
Hundreds of consumers have told the NHTSA that hitting even a little abnormality in the road while traveling quickly causing the entire truck to start shaking, making steering a challenge. In order to stop the shaking, they have reportedly needed to stop the vehicle entirely, placing them in danger of being rear-ended while stopped on the highway. The severity of the defect has been coined the “death wobble” by many drivers, who are afraid to drive their trucks due to the high risk of losing control of them at highway speeds.
Although crash confirmations are still being investigated by the NHTSA, it appears that the “death wobble” defect of both the Ford F-250 and F-350 Supers has contributed to rollover accidents in the past. Drivers who need to round a corner while their cabin is shaking may lose control of the vehicle, sending it toppling over onto its side before rolling, potentially crushing the cabin.
Did Your Ford F-250/350 Truck “Death Wobble”?
After being in a rollover accident while driving your Ford F-250 or F-350, it is important to try to remember as many details as possible about what led up to the crash. In particular, did your truck start to shake violently and wrest control out of your hands? Have you complained to your Ford dealership about the issue before? Your claim may be bolstered if there is a record of complaints and service about the problem.
Even if your truck has never wobbled before your rollover accident, the issue is so common among Ford F-250 and F-350 trucks that Ford and your local dealership should have known about it and warned you. Yet, there is no current recall announcement for these two types of trucks regarding their wobbling or rollover dangers.
Demanding Full Compensation on Your Behalf
Damages that may be applicable to your Ford F-250/350 Super rollover accident claim:
- Medical treatment costs
- Hospitalization costs
- Rehabilitative therapy costs
- Vehicle repair or replacement costs
- Lost or missing wages
- Pain and suffering
Our attorneys are not afraid to go toe-to-toe with major automobile manufacturers like Ford when it means doing what is best for our clients. If you were hurt in a rollover accident or a similar crash caused by your truck’s “death wobble,” then we want to take on Ford on your behalf in pursuit of maximized compensation. As highly experienced and focused attorneys, we are capable of settling matters for fair values but also taking things to the courtroom when necessary. In fact, we have secured billions of dollars on behalf of our clients through a variety of injury claims.
Our “never back down” attitude has made us famous throughout Houston and nationwide. See what it can do for your own claim by calling us at (281) 801-5617 today and requesting a free initial consultation with The Ammons Law Firm LLP.