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Auto defects are responsible for millions of severe injuries and deaths. Defective tires, seat belt problems, airbag or seatback failures, and many other defects can increase the chances of catastrophic injuries during a wreck. Manufacturers have a legal obligation to provide customers with products that meet minimum standards. As products have been developed and improved over the decades, cars have been fitted with new features like anti-collision features, stability control, advanced side curtain and rollover airbags and more. But these do not always function as designed in real-world accident scenarios, and in the event of a severe collision, they may result in serious injury or death. 

When you or a loved one has experienced an injury resulting from an automotive or tire defect, you need to hold the manufacturer responsible. An automotive defects lawsuit gives the consumer the opportunity to help prevent others from falling victim to additional design defects in the future. Fill out our contact form or give us a call to arrange a free consultation with our experienced lawyers.

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Defective Tires

Tire failures and blowouts on SUVs, trucks, and even passenger cars can be deadly. A sudden tire tread separation or blowout can cause a driver to lose control of the vehicle and collide with a guardrail, run off the road or shoulder, and even causing it to rollover. 

Airbag Defects

Airbags are designed to save lives, not cause serious injuries, blindness and even death. Millions of airbags have been recalled due to airbag defects, failure to deploy and even sudden or inadvertent deployments.  Many times airbags fail to deploy and inflate properly in a rollover accident, side impact collision or even a frontal collision. If you have been injured due to a defective airbag, then you may have a legal cause of action again the manufacturers. 

Seatbelt Defects

When seatbelts and shoulder belts don’t retract and buckles fail to stay latched, passengers often get seriously injured and sometimes killed. Seat belts are meant to protect occupants and prevent them from being ejected through the windshield or side windows. They also serve to keep the motorist and passengers restrained from colliding with the interior of the vehicle, such as the dash, steering wheel, and front driver and passenger seats. Lap belts still exist and are extremely dangerous as they allow children and occupants to slam their heads forward into front seats or the dashboard of the vehicle. 

SUV & Truck Rollovers

Each year there are hundreds of thousands of SUV’s, light trucks, and vans involved in rollover accidents. Many of these rollovers result in serious injuries and deaths and result from tire defect failures such as blow outs and tread separations. When a rollover occurs, the motorist and other occupants are faced with grave dangers such as the roof crushing down on them or the pillars collapsing inward into the passenger compartment. 

Seatbelts may become loose or unbuckled resulting in a dangerous ejection. Other design flaws could include roof crush, door lock failure, improper airbag deployment, electronic stability control failure, and head restraint failure. Wear your seat belt, nearly half of rollover fatalities occur when people are partly or completely ejected from the vehicle.

Roof Collapse Failures

According to the IIHS, roof crush is the number one automotive defect that kills in a vehicle rollover. To be considered crashworthy, the vehicle should be able to withstand a certain level of impact in a collision. In a rollover when the roof is not crashworthy, the occupants are at a much higher risk of severe injury or death if the roof crushes in on them. Stronger roofs not only protect the occupants from being crushed during a rollover, but also help other vehicle safety systems such as the airbags and seatbelts maintain their integrity and prevent passengers from being ejected through the windows, windshields, sunroofs, or doors.

Fuel Fed Fires

In the event of a collision or rollover accident, fuel-fed fires can drastically increase the likelihood of severe injuries or death. Leaking, ruptured, hydrostatic bursts, and punctured gas tanks or fuel lines can cause a fire to rapidly expand and engulf the vehicle and its occupants before they have been escaped or been extracted.

Seatback and Seat Track Defects

Poorly designed or weak seat backs that can collapse or fail in a rear end collision defects that exist in millions of cars, SUV’s, and trucks on the road today. The seat back frames, seat tracks, locks, and anchors are defective when they can bend, break, or collapse in a rear-end or frontal collision destroying the integrity of the seat. Catastrophic injuries such as brain damage, paralysis, and death may occur when their driver or passenger seat has a design defect and is then involved in a rear-end accident. When a seat back fails, the occupant may be hurled backward in the vehicle towards the vehicles roof or into a child or occupant sitting in the rear seat. Seatbacks should be string enough to protect, not endanger the occupant.

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