Manufacturers of vehicles and component parts are required to have check systems for testing vehicle functioning in place, but various factors can lead to consumers being sold or given access to automobiles with defects. Because brakes are one of the most important vehicle components for driving safety, brake defects are deemed to have some of the most devastating consequences for drivers.When one’s wreck is caused or intensified by brake failure, they may be entitled to compensation for damages to their person or automobile. Defective breaks are commonly attributed to manufacturing errors or negligence. Sometimes, manufacturers make decisions to cut costs, but it often comes at the price of developing parts made of lower quality materials and inferior design. A personal injury attorney with experience successfully handling product liability claims can be of assistance when accident victims wish to pursue a cause of action against all liable parties for their accident injuries.
Product Liability Law
Product liability law provides provisions for helping individuals injured by defective products receive compensation for expenses they incur as a result of using a product as it was intended. Defective brakes fall under this category. Proving that defective brakes were the cause of one’s accident, and subsequent injuries, can be a complicated matter, and therefore almost always requires legal assistance.
If you or a loved one has been injured by a defective or dangerous product in Texas, it is important to protect your legal rights to compensation by preserving the product in its present condition, if possible.
It is also important to contact Witherite Law Group, immediately for a free consultation with a Texas brake defect attorney. With the aid of our bilingual staff, you will receive straight answers about your case and legal rights in plain English or Spanish, if needed. It costs you nothing to discuss your legal matter with us and you will not pay any legal fees or out-of-pocket expenses unless and until we recover compensation for your injuries.