Defective car parts are dangerous and have injured countless numbers of Americans. Many people don’t know they have defective car parts until there is a recall or an injury. If you or a loved one suspect your injury was caused by defective car parts, don’t hesitate to contact our defective car part lawyers. We offer free legal consultations to anyone who has legal questions. For help, please fill out the online contact form or call toll-free (866) 232-5777.
GM Ignition Switch Lawsuits
GM ignition switch lawsuits have been filed and many more may have lawsuits. GM ignition switches may turn to the off position, render the vehicle uncontrollable, and cause an accident. There is no clear number how many people have been injured in GM ignition switch crashes at this point. To learn more about GM ignition switch lawsuits, click here.
Defective Seat Belts
We rely on seat belts to protect us from injury in an auto accident. Unfortunately, some seat belts may have been designed or manufactured defectively. There may be compensation for those affected by defective seat belts. To learn more about defective seat belt lawsuits, click here.
Steering System Lawsuits
Defective steering systems can cause catastrophic injuries in an auto accident. Too often steering systems in automobiles are designed defectively, fail, and injure a vehicles occupants. Some steering system defects may also be from manufacturing defects. To learn more about steering system lawsuits and how our lawyers could help you, click here.
Takata Airbag Recall
The Takata airbag recall has affected millions of automobiles. At this point, there is no clear answer as to how many people have been injured or killed by defective Takata airbags. The recall has grown to many different makes and models of vehicles and some may still be on the road. For more information about Takata airbag lawsuits, click here.
Tire Tread Separation
Tire tread separation can cause serious accidents that can lead to serious injuries or even death. Defectively designed tires can separate while driving and hurt the cars occupants. Some defective tires were old when the consumer bought them and the tire separated due to age. To learn more about tire tread separation lawsuits, click here.
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