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Suing a Manufacturer for Defective Car Parts

In car accidents the natural inclination is to sue the driver and owner of the other vehicle. But sometimes the cause of the accident is a product defect. The defect can be in another car or it can be in your automobile. Car defects can cause serious injury and even death. Where there is a product defect then there are other defendants who can be sued:

  • The manufacturer of the product part
  • The manufacturer of the car
  • The seller of the car
  • Anyone who worked on the defect

Some of the more common car defects that cause injuries are faulty:

  • Air Brakes
  • Air Bags
  • Brakes
  • Fuel Tanks
  • Suspensions
  • Steering Wheels
  • Tires

In product defect cases it’s important to use a skilled car accident lawyer. The lawyer can use the right experts to prove the defect caused the injuries and can make sure the right defendants are sued. Products in cars have to meet minimum standards.

How our firm can help

Anyone who has been in a car accident, in North Carolina or Virginia, or who knows someone who was killed in a car accident because of the negligence of another needs to have legal help. Contact Norfolk Injury Lawyer Joe Miller or call us at 888-694-1671 for more information on how to proceed, how to work with your doctors, and whether you might have a significant recovery coming your way.

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If you are looking at this site, you or a loved one has probably been hurt. If that's true, you've come to the right place. Helping people who have been hurt is what we do. In fact, it is all we do. Joe Miller Law is a law firm concentrating exclusively on representing people who are injured by the carelessness of others or those hurt on the job. We provide the highest quality legal services to people who have been seriously injured. We practice Personal Injury law and Workmens' Compensation law in both Virginia and North Carolina.