Unfortunately, automotive defects can result in car accidents, injuries and even deaths. Automotive defects that may lead to accidents include defective seat belts; defective air bags; automobiles that have poor crashworthiness; or automobiles that have poor rollover strength, among other possible automotive defects.
When an automotive defect has injured someone, a variety of parties may be liable to compensate the victims for the damages they have suffered. Products liability law provides resources for car accident victims, and consumers in general, who are injured by dangerous or defective products. Because of the number of parties that may be liable to victims, products liability claims can be complex.
It can be complex and complicated to establish the nuts and bolts of a products liability claim and experts may be relied upon to help one prove their case, including engineers, accident reconstruction experts, manufacturing experts and a variety of other experts. It is important to understand how to involve experts in the process of bringing a products liability claim. In general, when injured by a dangerous or defective product, such as an automobile defect, it is important to know how to proceed with a products liability claim.
Victims of a defective auto part may suffer serious injuries from an accident that results from the defect. Because of the serious nature of a defect involving a car, and the harm automotive defects can cause, victims should be aware of the options that may allow them to recover the physical, financial and emotional damages they have suffered.