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Car Defects Could be to Blame for Injuries

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Defects in your car may be the reason for injuries sustained in a car accident. In catastrophic cases, where someone has died, been paralyzed or brain damaged, you should contact a personal injury attorney to determine whether you have a products liability claim.

For example, seat belt defects can cause serious injuries. If the injured person was belted before the accident, but found unbelted, a defect may be to blame for the injuries. In addition, a defect in the car’s roof may cause the roof to be crushed in rollover accidents, causing serious injuries. Furthermore, seat design defects can also worsen or cause serious injuries, especially in rear-impact collisions.

To fully discuss and preserve any lawsuit options, you should contact a personal injury attorney who is able to assess your case and any potential products liability claims you may have.