Motorcycle helmets and bicycle helmets are intended to prevent injuries. But sometimes helmets can be defective and end up causing greater injury or even death. If you or a loved one has suffered additional harm or injury from a helmet failure or defect, you may be able to recover compensation.
Product liability and negligence cases can be very complicated, and usually require expert testimony and thorough investigations. For instance, the source of the failure can come from defective parts, materials or faulty design. Attorney Nathaniel B. Preston (“Nate”) is experienced in handling defective helmet cases and will assist you throughout the process and do so at no risk to you.
Possible Catastrophic Injuries Caused by Defective Helmets
- Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) or brain hemorrhages
- Neck injuries, paralysis, paraplegia or quadriplegia
- Broken bones
- Permanent scarring or disfigurement
- Spinal cord injury
Wearing a helmet can mean the difference between life and death in an accident. Head injuries are the leading cause of death on motorcycles, and any type of brain injury can have life-changing consequences for victims and family members. Riders who don’t wear helmets are 37 percent more likely to die in an accident than riders who wear one. If it is found that any portion of your injuries was caused by the failure to wear a helmet, the compensation you receive in a settlement or lawsuit will be reduced.
Free Case Evaluation — Call Mesa Helmet Defect Lawyer Nathaniel B. Preston Today
Nate is dedicated to helping you get the compensation you deserve. Your initial case evaluation is absolutely free and you don’t have to pay a dime unless Nate recovers money for you first.
During free case evaluations, Nate will assist you in investigating and determining whether or not there is sufficient evidence to secure claims against the opposing party and insurance company.
If you suffered an injury from a helmet defect or failure in Mesa, Glendale, Scottsdale or the greater Phoenix area, contact Nate today to set up your free initial case evaluation by filling out the online form or by calling 602-600-6427.