Vehicle Crashworthiness New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia
A vehicle's crashworthiness has to do with how well passengers are protected in the event of a crash. Safety equipment such as seat belts and airbags, in addition to rollover protection and other vehicle construction issues, contribute to a vehicle's crashworthiness. When occupants are ineffectively protected during a collision, our New Jersey and Pennsylvania product liability attorneys may determine that automotive defects are to blame for their injuries. Over the years, The Locks Law Firm, has used product liability litigation to recover large verdicts and settlements for our many successful clients.
Crashworthiness and Automotive Defects
Safety engineering is an instrumental part of ensuring that a vehicle is crashworthy. Major factors include overall structural integrity, safety restraint technology, and fuel system integrity. Since a ruptured fuel system could have tragic results in any accident, this danger must also be protected against throughout the design and manufacturing of all vehicles. Our New Jersey and Pennsylvania automotive defects and product liability attorneys have the expertise necessary to provide a detailed analysis of your vehicle and your car accident, exposing all possible liability on the part of vehicle manufacturers, repairers, and other relevant parties. If you believe you have been injured by a defect in an automobile, be sure that the car is preserved so that it can be carefully inspected to determine and document a defect. In cases where accident reconstruction or vehicle analysis may be necessary, you should contact an experienced lawyer as soon as possible after your injury.
In addition to air bags, seat belts, and tires, other vehicle components may cause injuries if poorly designed, manufactured, or installed. For example, defective head rests and seat backs can result in serious head, neck, and back injuries. Fortunately, individuals in New Jersey and Pennsylvania who have been injured due to automotive defects can rely on the product liability attorneys at The Locks Law Firm for exceptional legal assistance.
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Contact The Locks Law Firm for More Information Regarding Crashworthiness
Contact us today if you have been injured in New Jersey and Pennsylvania because of automotive defects. Our product liability attorneys are experts in analyzing the crashworthiness of vehicles, and will litigate aggressively on your behalf.
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Contact our New Jersey and Pennsylvania product liability attorneys to discuss whether automotive defects have affected the crashworthiness of your vehicle.