Bad tires can be responsible for serious accidents and in some extreme cases, the death of an individual. If an accident occurs and you suspect that it may be due to tire defects, then the first thing to do would be to secure the vehicle so that an expert can check whether the tires are indeed at fault. once this evidence is secured, you can consult a committed injury attorney to gauge the extent of liability that the tire company has in the incident. Tire defects, unlike many other personal injury cases, depend heavily on evidence and the time in which is obtained. For this reason, getting an expert opinion and then coming to your lawyer should be done as quickly as possible after the accident has occurred.
Takata airbags have gone through a recall because of their tendency to explode and launch shrapnel at an unsafe speed when they deploy. Any individual that owns or owned a car that had a Takata airbag in it may be liable to receive compensation due to injuries incurred from the airbag. The Takata airbag cover-up is currently the subject of an investigation by the Department of Justice (DOJ). Over nineteen (19) automakers installed the Takata airbag over fifteen (15) years. If you or someone you know has been involved in an accident while driving a car outfitted with a Takata airbag, then it is in your best interest to check an Arizona personal injury attorney as soon as possible.
Thanks to seatbelts, many people have managed to avoid life-ending injuries, and because of this, automakers suggest that driver and passengers wear seatbelts whenever they can. However, if the seatbelt is being worn and fails in the event of an accident, you may be able to bring the seatbelt manufacturer to court for compensation due to your injuries. Defective seatbelts can lead to serious injury and in some cases, even death. An Arizona personal injury lawyer should be able to guide you through the process of filing the claim as well as assisting you to get the amount of compensation you are entitled to due to the defective seatbelt.
Helmets are intended to protect us from harm. In the unfortunate event of an accident, a helmet should be there to prevent injury. However, helmets can sometimes be defective and cause even greater injury or even death. If you think that you or a loved one has suffered additional harm or injury due to a helmet failure or defect, you may be able to recover additional compensation.