Product manufacturers have a responsibility to ensure the products they provide are safe. Manufacturers must also provide warnings about possible hazards. When manufacturers neglect their responsibilities, serious injuries and even death can occur. That’s where we come in.
Product liability lawsuits arise from countless products and devices. Some of the types of claims we have handled include:
- Defective consumer products
- Defective automobiles or automobile parts
- Dangerous drugs
- Defective medical devices
- Auto product defects
- Propane tanks
- Appliances and cooking utensils
- Defective exercise equipment
- Children’s clothing
- Recreational equipment
- Briggs Winston This is just a small sampling of the types of products that may cause harm because they are negligently designed or defectively built. Even if the product or device that caused your injury is not listed, we would be happy to talk with you about your case. We have the experience and the resources to get your case on the right track and get you the recovery you deserve.
Auto Product Defect
Investigations of motor vehicle accidents must be thorough. The possibility that an auto product defect played a role should always be taken into consideration. While a defect may not have caused an accident outright, it is possible that the defect added to the damage. For example, a truck accident may be caused by a truck driver rear-ending the victim, but a defective airbag not deploying may have meant additional harm that could have been prevented. At the W. Winston Briggs Law Firm, we take all possibilities into consideration.
Our aggressive Atlanta attorneys have more than 30 years of experience conducting thorough investigations of car accidents, truck accidents and motorcycle accidents. We know what to look for to determine if an auto defect played a role in the collision.
What Type of Auto Defect Does Your Case Involve?
These cases tend to involve a defect in one or more of the vehicle’s parts such as:
- Defective airbags
- Defective brakes
- Defective tires
- Defective seat belts
- Defective seats
Briggs Winston We will look for these types of defects in the victim’s vehicle. We will also determine if a defect in the negligent driver’s vehicle played a role in the accident.
Even if we are unable to discover evidence of a defect, we will take great care to determine who was at fault and to find all opportunities to get full compensation for the victim. We want to see that all costs incurred because of the motor vehicle accident are covered.
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Contact our office today to discuss your injury claim and learn more about how we can help you. You can reach us by phone or via e-mail. We take most cases on a contingency basis, which means that you don’t pay any attorney’s fees unless we win compensation for you.
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