Chevrolet Silverado Defects
The Chevrolet Silverado is a popular pickup truck model across the United States. However, the Chevy Silverado also has seen its fair share of recall issues over the years. In fact, in 2014 alone, numerous aspects of the vehicle were reported as malfunctioning or defective to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Some of these issues could even lead to rollover accidents, among the most dangerous accidents possible for drivers. But the attorneys of Willis Law Firm know that some victims of rollover accidents in a Chevy Silverado pickup rollovers and defects may be entitled to receive financial compensation for their subsequent costs in a personal injury lawsuit.
Recall Issues with Chevy Silverado
A vehicle might be recalled for any number of reasons. However, those issues that might make a rollover accident more likely are among the most serious. According to the NHTSA, the Chevy Silverado has experienced malfunctions involving the following parts:
- Electrical system failure’s and fires
- Instability leading to loss of control
- Roof Failure in a Rollover Accidents
- Airbag Deployment Problems
- Seat Belt Buckle Failure / Seat Belt Retractor Defects
- Remote Starts Deaths
All of these components of the Chevy Silverado have had complaints made about them by consumers, according to NHTSA statistics. Keep in mind that a vehicle with defective parts is at a higher risk of accidents, including rollover accidents.
Contact a Rollover Accident Attorney Today
If you or someone you know has been injured in a rollover accident involving a Chevrolet Silverado, then you could be entitled to financial compensation. The attorneys of Willis Law Firm can help answer any questions that you have as well as evaluate the state of your legal claim. Contact our offices today by calling 1-800-883-9858
to learn more.