In the moments after a car crash, a million thoughts fly through your head. Did you do something wrong? Did the other driver cross the median? What just happened? Few people ever stop to think that defective airbags, brakes, or other car components could be to blame.
While human error is the most common cause of vehicle accidents, defective auto parts play a role in a surprising amount of collisions. If you have been injured in a car crash and you suspect a faulty component may be to blame, call The Law Giant at (866) 523-4167 to discuss your case.
Any part of a vehicle can malfunction and ultimately cause an accident. However, specific components cause the majority of collisions in Texas and the rest of the United States. Auto defects that may contribute to or directly cause a crash include:
*The outcome of any individual case depends on factors unique to that case. Past case results listed on this website do not guarantee or predict a similar result in any similar or future case.
Many people believe that keeping up with vehicle recalls ensures that they won’t fall victim to a faulty car part. Unfortunately, vehicle components often aren’t recalled until they have already left a number of victims in their wake. On top of that, car recall notifications don’t always reach everyone they should. While manufacturers do their best to keep customers up-to-date on current recalls, they may not have all customers’ updated addresses or contact information. As a result, people often don’t know about car recalls until they go in for routine or emergency maintenance.
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If you have been injured due to a defective auto part, you might wonder why you need an attorney. It’s simple: vehicle manufacturers have a massive amount of money put into protecting themselves from lawsuits and large payouts. If your injury is indeed the result of their error, they will do everything they can to avoid paying what you deserve. They do this to limit your payout and limit payout to other customers with the same issues.
Furthermore, there are numerous laws and legal concepts at play in a defective auto part claim. If you file a claim under strict liability, you may have to prove that the auto part was defective and caused your injuries. This is significantly different from a standard negligence claim. You may also claim a breach of express or implied warranty, which indicates that the defective component violated your car warranty. To add even more on top of that, you may not be the first victim of the component that failed you. There may be a class-action lawsuit that you must join to seek compensation.
The team at Begum Law Group Injury Lawyers Injury Lawyers knows how tragic and traumatic a severe car crash can be. We understand how it can be even more upsetting to realize that the vehicle manufacturer could have prevented your injuries with a simple fix. We know how hard manufacturers fight these lawsuits and the tricks they’ll use to deny you a fair payout.
Our goal is simple – we want you to get the compensation you deserve. Building a strong case that ties your injuries to the dysfunctional car part will push the liable party to give you what you deserve.
A significant part of any auto defect case is proving the severity of your injuries. After we demonstrate the appropriate party’s liability, we can get to work showing the extent of the damage they caused. We’ll fight for compensation in a variety of areas, including:
We have extensive experience in personal injury cases, and we will fight to get you every single penny you are owed.