Driver error is probably the most common cause of car accidents, but defective vehicles and defective vehicle parts also cause their fair share of car accidents. The legal issues are complicated in determining who is liable when an injury or death is caused by a defective automobile or automobile part. Those liable for damages can include the vehicle manufacturer, the car dealership, the manufacturer of the automobile parts, or the distributor of the car parts.
Some of the most infamous defective automobile and automobile parts in recent history are the Ford Explorer recall of models made 1996 to 2002 and the Bridgestone/Firestone tire recall of 2000. Defective seatbelts, braking systems, steering systems and airbags have also caused thousands of deaths in the United States. If you lost a loved one due to a defect in a vehicle or a part, you may have a validwrongful death claim. The experienced personal injury attorneys at Kalfus & Nachman, Attorneys at Law can help you as they have helped countless residents in the Norfolk, Newport News and Roanoke areas of Virginia.
It is in your best interests to have an experienced defective vehicle attorney on your side if you have been in a car accident due to a defective vehicle or vehicle part. The vehicle is considered evidence, and a skilled attorney will recognize that and take the necessary steps to preserve that evidence for you.
Please contact Virginia attorneys Kalfus & Nachman, Attorneys at Law today.