By federal law, automobiles must meet certain basic, minimum safety standards. In addition, automobile manufacturers are required to take reasonable precautions in the design and manufacture of their vehicles.
Some injuries are caused by vehicle defects that the occupants don’t even know about. After an auto collision that caused serious injuries, you will need need a specialist (many times an automotive engineer) to examine the vehicle and check for problems. You will also need an experienced and dedicated automotive defect attorney who can design/conduct crash tests with an alternative vehicle without the defects.
Type of Auto Defect Cases Kelley/Uustal Handles:
Most attorneys are not competent enough to determine if there is an automotive defect. If you have suffered serious injuries or a family member has died in a crash, you should contact one of our experienced Fort Lauderdale car accident attorney, even if your case has been rejected by another attorney, or even if another attorney has settled with the drivers or insurance companies. In both cases, you may have a valid claim against the auto manufacturer. You shouldn’t have to suffer, medically or financially, if an automobile manufacturer failed to meet the safety requirements mandated by law.
Speak with a Fort Lauderdale Automobile Defect Attorney
Product liability cases require significant resources and special expertise. Kelley/Uustal has the specialists and the ability to recreate the scene of your car accident or defect, and the experience interrogating the automotive engineers who designed the vehicles. We have cross-examined Japanese, American and German engineers from all kinds of car companies, including General Motors, Ford, Chrysler, Nissan, Toyota, Audi and Volkswagen. If you have been involved in a car accident involving defective auto parts, contact our Fort Lauderdale personal injury attorneys for a free consultation. This may be the only way to get answers and justice. You will pay no fees until we are able to recover compensation for your damages and injuries.