After a serious accident there is often one question being asked, “Who is responsible for what happened?” The fact is that if you or a loved one has been injured by a car defect, the manufacturer of that vehicle may be liable for your injuries.
If you have suffered an injury due to a mechanical defect in a vehicle, call the award-winning attorneys of TSR Injury Law, at 612-TSR-TIME, or submit our free consultation form. We care and will fight to hold manufacturers accountable.
Types of Car Defects
Unfortunately, the safety features of our vehicles can fail us in many different ways. At TSR Injury Law, we are prepared to represent people who have been injured by a variety of car malfunctions, including but not limited to:
- Seat Belt Injuries
- Brake Malfunction
- Tire Defects
- Air Bag Defects
- Child Car Seat Defects
Holding Negligent Companies Responsible
A car defect can have serious consequences. Companies have a legal responsibility to ensure that the products they sell to the public are properly designed, built, and safe for consumers.
Filing a personal injury suit against the manufacturer responsible for your injuries can help you win compensation for:
- Past, present, and future medical expenses
- Lost wages and reduced earning capacity
- Pain and suffering
To speak with an experienced Minnesota car defect attorney, contact TSR Injury Law at 612-TSR-TIME for a free consultation or submit our online contact form.