Nobody can predict when a car accident will occur. Usually, there is one party liable for the damages. Did you ever think it was possible that the car the other driver was driving had a manufacturing defect that may have caused the accident?
Auto product liability arises when a person files a claim for personal injury after undergoing an accident due to a manufacturing defect. If you are a victim of a negligent manufacturer selling you defected automobile parts, then you may want to file a claim against the manufacturer. An example of automobile defected equipment is a failure in the vehicle design such as installing a defective braking system or incorrectly installed seatbelts that do not restrain the passenger during an accident. If you or a loved one has been injured in a serious car accident involving an automobile with a manufacturing defect, you may be considering filing a claim for compensation and damages.
If you are involved in a serious auto accident caused by a vehicle that had a manufacturing defect, keep in mind that some of these injuries can be very serious. For example, you may not be able to walk again if you have suffered a spinal cord injury or be able to function as you previously had before the accident. You may have trouble carrying out your normal daily activities.
These injuries, if not treated, may cause permanent disability. You should consult with a physician to document your medical issues and address your injuries. You may want to hire an experienced attorney who may guide you and provide you with the right counseling to get the justice you deserve.