Air Bag Defects Cause Serious, Even Fatal, Injuries
Drivers count on their cars’ safety features as much as they count on the care and diligence of the motorists they share the road with. When a negligent driver fails to drive with care and diligence and then an air bag in the victim’s car also fails, the result can be serious injuries.
At The Law Offices of Joseph J. Cariglia, P.C., our attorneys handle serious car accident and truck accident cases where injuries resulted from air bag defects. We will fight until we get you everything you deserve, even if that means taking the case to trial.
Did an air bag fail in an auto accident and cause injuries? If so, we can help. Call our Worcester air bag defect attorneys at 866-491-6561 or email us.
How To Prove An Air Bag Was Defective
If you were injured by a defective air bag or your injuries were worsened because an air bag failed to deploy, we will pursue a product liability case against the auto manufacturer. To do so, we need to prove the air bag was defective. That means bringing in experts on the matter and gathering hard evidence that we can use to win your case.
The evidence we provide and experts who testify will need to establish that there were, in fact, defects in the air bag and exactly what those defects were. We will also need to show how those defects directly contributed to your injuries. There have been several formal recalls of air bags. However, even if your vehicle’s air bags were not subject to recall, they still may be defective.
We Have A Track Record You Can Respect In Defective Air Bag Cases
Our lawyers have built a record of success. Even in complex cases such as those involving defective air bags, we have obtained impressive verdicts and settlements, sometimes including multimillion-dollar recoveries for accident victims. Our success can be attributed to the fact that we will not simply accept the first settlement offer that comes along.
Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation. Call our home office in Worcester now at 866-491-6561. Our lawyers handle air bag defect and other dangerous product cases on a contingency fee basis, so you will not have to worry about paying attorney fees if we lose. We charge these fees only after we collect on a successful verdict or settlement.