Defective Vehicle Liability: Introduction

Posted on 10/08/2018Back

We use vehicles every day and put a great deal of trust in their ability to get us to each destination safely. Unfortunately, the dozens of moving parts that make a vehicle go don’t always perform their intended function and at times can malfunction. When this happens, it can put the driver and others on the road at risk of serious injury. Vehicle part malfunctions often occur from wear tear or improper maintenance, but sometimes it can occur because the part is defective.

When it comes to determining the liability in an auto accident caused by a defective part, there are many factors to consider. In some cases, a vehicle’s manufacturer or a third-party company or contractor may be held liable for the defective part.

Some of the common defective vehicle parts include tires, airbags, seatbelts, and accelerators. Follow our blog for updates on these defective products.

Defective vehicle part cases are very complex, and vehicle manufacturers or third-party contractors have top legal teams and insurance companies working for them to ensure they are not found liable. That’s why you need an experienced auto accident attorney handling your case.­­ At GoldenbergLaw, we have over 30 years of experience in defective vehicle litigation. We have helped recover millions of dollars for clients injured in automobile accidents. Contact us, and leave the sleepless nights to us.

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