Mechanical Failures

When manufacturers fail to properly design and adequately test their products, the result can be serious injuries or death. All defective products are dangerous, but defective auto parts have the potential to injure or kill numerous people simultaneously.

At Soloff & Zervanos, P.C., our lawyers have experience with many types of defective products, including defective vehicle components. We know how to investigate these accidents and find the negligent parties, even if the companies have merged or gone out of business. To schedule a free consultation with an Allentown attorney for injuries caused by mechanical failures, please call 215-392-4217 or 800-724-2323.

The Dangers Of Defective Auto Parts

A mechanical failure can occur in any type of vehicle, including cars, trucks and motorcycles. Defective components may be part of the vehicle's structure, mechanics or safety equipment and may include:

  • Brake failures
  • Tire blowouts
  • Steering system failures
  • Defective seat belts
  • Roof crush defects
  • Air bag failures
  • Faulty fuel tanks
  • Headlight or turn signal malfunctions
  • Faulty electrical systems

These types of defects can cause catastrophic or fatal injuries such as burns, brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, amputations, organ damage, scarring and disfigurement. They may also result in wrongful death.

Injury victims who survive serious vehicle accidents may suffer temporary or permanent disability and need long-term medical care. We help these people and their families recover compensation from negligent manufacturers, designers and auto companies for losses such as medical expenses, pain and suffering, and lost income.

Contact A Pennsylvania And New Jersey Car Accident Attorney

For a free consultation, please call 215-392-4217 or 800-724-2323, or contact us online.