Hurt in a Car Crash Due to a Defective Vehicle?

Florida Auto Accident Attorneys Help Faulty Car Part Victims Nationwide

Auto accident attorneys in Florida, Denver and Albuquerque handle car part defect crash claimsWith offices in Orlando, Florida, and Albuquerque, New Mexico, our auto accident attorneys know firsthand that negligent drivers seem to flood the roads of major cities. Sadly, these distracted motorists risk causing automobile accidents and severe personal injury to others. While numerous efforts can help you avoid dangerous drivers, sometimes, your own vehicle actually poses the greatest threat to your safety.

Many car accidents are the result of defective auto parts produced or installed by a manufacturer. Auto defects can occur because of poor design, faulty manufacturing, low-quality materials and improper installation of parts. Orlando personal injury lawyer William McBride believes that no person or family should ever suffer a preventable personal injury or wrongful death due to a defective vehicle. If you or your family has been involved in a car accident due to a defective auto part, the personal injury attorneys of McBride, Scicchitano & Leacox, P.A. in Florida, New Mexico and Colorado serve accident victims nationwide. We are on your side.

Defective Vehicles are Causing Car Accidents Nationwide

It is the obligation of every vehicle manufacturer to ensure the auto parts they sell are safe. This legal responsibility to the consumer is referred to as product liability. Sadly, this does not always occur. Common auto defects that can compromise a vehicle’s safety include:

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) noted that car defects typically exist when a part of a vehicle poses a risk to a vehicle’s safety, or when “a group of vehicles of the same design or manufacture, or items or equipment of the same type of manufacture,” endanger a large group of drivers.

Multiple parties may be responsible for a personal injury or wrongful death caused by auto defects. You may be entitled to file a product liability claim and personal injury lawsuit against a vehicle manufacturer, part manufacturer, dealership, safety certification company or the mechanic shop that installed the part. To learn more about your right to file a personal injury and product liability claim for a defective vehicle part, reach out to our personal injury law firm to set up a free consultation.

Why File a Product Liability Claim for a Defective Vehicle? Orlando Auto Accident Attorneys Explain

Cars, trucks and their parts must be designed and manufactured to endure the immense strain of the roadway. If vehicle companies or part manufacturers neglect to provide safe car parts, they can cause unimaginable harm to unsuspecting drivers and passengers.

Automobile accidents can result in both personal injuries and property damage, whether it is the loss of a vehicle or the overwhelming financial costs of repairing it. Through filing a product liability claim against the responsible party, you may be able to gain accident compensation for the following:

  • Vehicle repairs or replacement
  • Medical expenses
  • Therapy
  • Past and future lost wages
  • Loss of economic contribution to your family
  • Pain and suffering

Our personal injury attorneys with offices in Tampa, Kissimmee and Orlando FL as well as Albuquerque NM can help you explore your options for legal action and provide you with free attorney advice.

Filing a Personal Injury Claim for a Defective Car Part Accident? Speak with Experienced Auto Accident Attorneys for Free Legal Advice

We are prepared to fight for justice and injury compensation on your behalf. Reach out to our personal injury law firm today for a confidential, no-cost evaluation of your personal injury claim in either English or Spanish. The personal injury attorneys at McBride, Scicchitano & Leacox, P.A. offer committed, compassionate and experienced legal counsel. We are here to help you move forward from any pain you experienced due to a car accident or if you lost a loved one to wrongful death in fatal car accident.

No matter who you are, or where you are, we care and want to listen. We offer our services nationwide and have offices based in Orlando, Tampa, Kissimmee and Albuquerque. Denver accident attorney Nicholas Norden is also able to assist clients out of our Colorado office.