The Berry Law Group, LLC

Georgia Automotive Defects Lawyer

Georgia Personal Injury Lawyer

One large area of product liability is motor vehicle defects. A defect in any area of car construction could mean serious injury or even death for the driver.  Automakers have a responsibility to build safe vehicles. When they are negligent with that responsibility, serious consequences arise for both the producer and consumer. If you have been a victim of a injury that occurred due to a poorly made or defective car, call a Personal Injury Lawyer right now.

Defective Car Lawyers

There are several main categories where vehicle defects happen most often.  They include:

Crashworthiness

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When cars are designed, the manufacturer should keep in mind that many times cars do crash.  Therefore, they should be designed to be “crashworthy”.  This means that cars should be able to withstand a crash and keep passengers from being unnecessarily injured or killed.  Carmakers have a legal responsibility to create cars that can keep passengers safe, if an injury of death is found to have been easily avoided had the car been designed better, a product liability claim may be made.

Tire Malfunctions

If tires are designed or manufactured incorrectly or with negligent care, it can have devastating results.  Tire tread separations or blowouts can cause serious accidents and lead to injury, property damage or even death.

Air Bag Malfunctions

Air bags are designed to save life, but sometimes they fail.  Air bag malfunctions in such ways as failing to deploy, deploying for no reason, deploying to hard/fast.  These malfunctions can cause serious injuries like whip lash, suffocation or worse.

Defective Seat Belts

If seat belts are not manufactured correctly or are designed poorly, they can fail in the event of a car wreck.  You are entitled to have good working seat belts in your car and if those seat belts do not protect you as they should in a car wreck, you may be entitled to compensation.

Crushed Roofs

Cars are supposed to be designed to withstand the pressure in an event of a rollover.  That means that if a car is in a serious wreck that causes it to rollover to an upside down position, the passengers will not be crushed.  If a car roof crushes in the event of a rollover, serious injury or even death can occur.

Call the Motor Vehicle Defect Professionals

If you have been a victim of a motor vehicle defect that has caused serious injury or death to a loved one, call The Berry Law Group for a free consultation.  At The Berry Law Group, we specialize in personal injury law and are very knowledgeable in the area of law surrounding defective products and car defects.

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