Approximately 38,000 people in the US are killed each year in automobile wrecks. Another 4.4 million are injured. Being involved in a serious accident can be life-changing; families face stress, financial uncertainty, and concerns about the victim’s recovery and long-term health.
Automobile accidents can be multi-vehicle or single vehicle. They can involve motorcycles, passenger vehicles, large transit vehicles, or large trucks. The most common types of collisions are front impacts, side impacts, rear impacts, and rollovers.
Vehicle collisions can be caused by a product defect, such as a faulty design or a mechanical problem. The vehicle, its components, or safety systems may not meet current standards for crashworthiness, which is the ability of a structure to protect its occupants in the event of a crash.
If you or a loved one has been seriously injured in an automobile collision or accident caused by a careless driver or faulty design or manufacture, please contact us. You may have a claim against the driver or the company that manufactured your vehicle or one of its safety components.