Automobiles can be as deadly as they are familiar. Numerous studies have shown that thousands of die each year in motor vehicle accidents and many of them are the result of defective automobiles. The manufacturers of automobiles have a legal and ethical duty to make vehicles that are safe which means they must be capable of protecting the occupants in the event of a serious accident. If a manufacturer fails to do that, by manufacturing and offering vehicles for sale that are not safe to drive, or do not otherwise protect the occupant(s) in an accident, they are negligent and the occupant(s) have every right to hold them accountable for that negligence in a court of law.
At Ledger Law we have a long history of successfully representing victims of auto accidents. Our attorneys have years of experience and have recovered millions of dollars in compensation for victims. We are committed to protecting your rights in the legal system and helping you to get the best possible outcome from your case.
Some of the types of manufacture negligence cases may include:
* Seatbelt failure;
* Tread separation and defective tires;
* Passenger van and SUV rollover accidents;
* Automobile recalls;
* Defective air bags;
* Defective door latches;
* Roof crush accidents;
* Occupant ejections, and;
* Gas tank explosions.
Anyone who has suffered an injury that was caused by a motor vehicle that was defective or a motor vehicle that had a defective component would be well advised to preserve the vehicle and promptly consult with a personal injury lawyer that has a primary focus in auto products liability and preferably someone who has the respect of the auto industry. Automobile manufacturers may be held responsible for any fatalities or injuries which are caused by a motor vehicle that has a defect. It is the automobile manufacturer’s responsibility to ensure the safety of their vehicles, which means they must be free from any safety hazards or defects which can result in serious injury or death of the vehicle’s occupants.
If you have lost a loved one or been hurt yourself as a result of a defective auto part or automobile you are entitled to compensation for your financial, psychological, and physical damages. Our attorneys have years of experience and they can help you file a case. However, don’t wait because the statute of limitations can be as little as 6 months in some cases. For a no obligation, free call Ledger & Associates at 1- 800-300-0001 or contact us on at LedgerLaw.com.