Auto accidents are often caused by mechanical failures in the vehicle itself. Sometimes the problem is with the entire car, as in the cases of makes and models that score poorly on crashworthiness tests.
Think how dependent you are on various car modules functioning properly, mile after mile:
Factory recalls, such as the problem General Motors and Toyota have encountered in recent years, address the problem of vehicle defects, but only after people have died because of them. Almost any automotive part that is defective has the potential to cause significant damage or even death. If a tire blows on a sharp curve, cars roll over. Our Kansas City product liability lawyers can help you hold vehicle and part manufacturers liable for defective vehicle accidents.
The law recognizes three levels of vehicle defect:
If a design defect, a manufacturing defect or an informational defect has caused you or someone in your family to be injured, compensation may be obtainable.
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