The first step is to make sure that everyone is okay. If someone needs an ambulance, then call emergency services. Don’t try to move someone who is in considerable pain. You could end up making the problem worse.
Next, you should call the police to come out and write up a police report. A police report is useful if you are making a claim for compensation. If you were involved in a collision with someone else, then the police officer will also want to talk to them to understand what happened.
Also identify any witnesses to the incident. These could include passengers in any vehicle that saw the crash or bystanders who witnessed it. Anyone who saw the accident could provide important information that helps determine fault.
If you didn’t call an ambulance, you should go to the hospital after meeting with the police officer. Point out any pain you are feeling and tell the doctor what happened. Sometimes, back or head injuries take a day or two to develop, so closely monitor how you are feeling.
Finally, you should meet with an attorney. People who handle their own claims often make critical errors that leave money on the table or result in an insurer outright denying an otherwise valid claim. With the right attorney, you can collect evidence that establishes who is at fault for the rollover and fully document your losses.