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Injuries caused by a defective automobile are not uncommon in the United States, despite all of the safety regulations and federal oversight that is theoretically designed to protect consumers. In a number of cases, serious and devastating accidents are either caused or dramatically worsened due to defective or malfunctioning vehicles or auto products like airbags, brakes, pedals, warning sensors, gas tanks, and more.
If you or a loved one has been seriously injured due to a defective automobile or car part, contact Davis Law Group at (206) 900-8377 for a case review or to schedule a free legal consultation. As a prominent Seattle auto defect attorney with experience in handling serious injury claims, Chris Davis is often featured by local or national new media covering accident-related issues and/or some of his cases. You may have him on local stations such as KING5, KOMO4, KIRO7 and Q13Fox or national news programs like CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360 or InsideEdition.
Holding the appropriate person, company, or entity responsible for accidents caused by defective vehicles can be complicated and often requires the assistance of a qualified attorney who has experience handling these types of claims.In these cases, the responsible party may be some combination of auto manufacturers, repair shops, or other corporations, and the legal process for recovering compensation from these parties is no easy battle. We will use our extensive knowledge and resources to achieve the best possible results for you and your family.
A basic part of an auto defect case boils down to the following: what makes a car part defective?
Essentially, a defective auto product fails to execute the task it was designed for. There are basically no limits as to why an auto part can become defective, including:
Your auto defect attorney will have to prove that the part is defective in order to prove your case. To ensure this, it’s paramount that the vehicle or part is preserved for a thorough inspection by qualified experts. While it may seem practical to fix the part or swap out the car, that would destroy the integrity of your case.
In an auto defect lawsuit, the vehicle is the most important piece of evidence. And in order to prove one of these claims against the manufacturer, your attorney must prove that:
There are dozens of recalled vehicles and auto parts in the United States every year. In most cases, recalls are issued because a particular vehicle or product poses a safety risk to the general public.
Common examples of auto defects that typically result in serious, life-threatening injuries include:
There is no telling or predicting which vehicles or products may eventually be determined to be unsafe for motorists, which is why it is important for companies to properly communicate potential issues and recalls to consumers in a timely manner. Auto makers should be held responsible for any injuries or death which is the result of a motor vehicle defect. Vehicle manufacturers must produce safe cars and trucks that are free from defects that can injure driver or passengers.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident due to a defective vehicle or product, it is important that you consult with an experienced attorney immediately to learn more about your legal rights. Hiring an attorney can improve the chances of a successful resolution to your personal injury claim and help you protect yourself against the many mistakes that often destroy injury cases.
Our award-winning legal team is here to help you better understand your legal rights and review your defective vehicle accident case for free. Call our office in Seattle at (206) 900-8377 or use the confidential contact form on this page to have your case reviewed by our team of car accident attorneys
Davis Law Group, P.S. founder Chris Davis is one of the most respected and recognized civil litigation lawyers practicing in Washington State. Davis Law Group has been named Best Injury Law Firm in Washington State by AI Dispute Resolution Awards.
As a prominent bridge accident injury lawyer with experience in handling bridge accident claims, attorney Chris Davis’ expert opinion is often featured by local media covering bridge-related issues and/or some of his cases —including the Skagit River Bridge Collapse.
The floating bridge on Seattle’s Route 520 has the distinction of being the longest floating bridge in the world. Every day, approximately 115,000 vehicles use the SR 520 bridge to cross Lake Washington.
The current bridge was designed to carry 65,000 vehicles per day. High traffic volumes make the bridge susceptible to motor vehicle collisions on the bridge and/or accidents caused by bridge design or maintenance issues.
The Lacey V. Murrow Memorial Bridge which crosses Lake Washington via Interstate 90 is the second longest floating bridge.
Over 70,000 vehicles cross the I-90 bridge every day at high rates of speed. Each day there are several motor vehicle accidents on the bridge.
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