Red Bank Defective Auto Parts Attorneys
Car Accident Victims in Monmouth County, NJ Can File Product Liability Claims against Negligent Manufacturers
Car manufacturers can be held liable for design flaws and defective auto parts that kill or injure people. At Drazin and Warshaw, our attorneys consult with design engineers, safety experts, automotive industry analysts, medical professionals and other experts in exposing negligence on the part of automakers in cases involving defective auto parts. Our attorneys review company records, safety tests, quality control measures and other factors used by auto parts manufacturers when making and installing auto parts. We expose failures on the part of car and auto parts makers in identifying defective parts that then make their way into automobiles that result in injury to our clients.
If you’ve been injured due to a failed or defective auto part, contact product liability lawyers at the New Jersey law offices of Drazin and Warshaw today to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case.
Failed and Defective Auto Parts
The personal injury attorneys at Drazin and Warshaw recover compensation for people injured in car accidents as a result of the following auto part failures or defects:
- Sticking gas pedal
- Defective air bag
- Failed seat belt clasp
- Roof crush
- Defective windshield
- Seat back failure
- SUV rollover
- Tire blowout
- Defective brakes
- Failed door locks
Defective Auto Parts — Assessing Liability
It’s not uncommon for auto parts and car manufacturers to claim that they can’t be held liable for natural wear and tear on car parts. It’s also not uncommon for automakers to shift some or all of the blame onto car owners, as recently happened in some instances involving Toyotas and their acceleration problems. That’s why we work with a number of experts in evaluating the evidence involved in a defective car parts case. Typically, experts for the car manufacturing industry look for alternative explanations that are consistent with the events that took place but do not place blame on defective parts. For example, in the recent Toyota case, Toyota suggested that some of the drivers must have inadvertently hit the accelerator.
Holding Auto Makers Financially Accountable for Negligence and Defective Products in Monmouth County, New Jersey
We have the experience and resources needed to hold negligent automakers and auto parts manufacturers responsible for injuries caused by their defective designs and parts. To schedule a free consultation to discuss your case, contact Red Bank, New Jersey defective auto parts attorneys at the law office of Drazin and Warshaw, P.C. today. Call any of our three convenient office locations, in Red Bank, Hazlet or Brick, or contact us online.