Airbag Defect Lawyer

Airbag Defect Lawyer

The airbag is perhaps the single biggest advance in automobile safety since the invention of the seatbelt. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that since they were first widely introduced in the 1970s, airbags have saved approximately 20,000 lives. However, airbags only work when they properly deploy. If they fail to function, or function improperly, they pose a serious risk to both drivers and passengers.

If you or someone you love has been injured or worse as the result of a malfunctioning airbag, the airbag defect attorneys of the Willis Law Firm may be able to help you secure the compensation that you deserve. Airbag-defect accidents can lead to serious medical bills and even lost work, and can cause extreme pain and suffering. To discuss what we may be able to do to help you fight for justice, please contact us today by calling 800-883-9858.

Airbag Defects

If incorrectly designed or manufactured, airbags can fire prematurely, without reason, or not at all. Depending on the circumstances, defective airbag units can cause serious injury or even death, or can fail to protect vehicle occupants. Malfunctioning airbags can result in injuries such as:

  • Contusions
  • Fractured bones
  • Ruptured eyes
  • Concussions

Airbags malfunction for a number of reasons, primarily improper design or manufacturing. If you or someone you love has been injured as a result of a defective airbag, you may be entitled to financial compensation to repay you for pain and suffering.

Contact Us

The defective airbag attorneys of the Willis Law Firm have years of experience to back up their reputation as tenacious and determined litigators. Our compassionate legal team is dedicated to securing our clients the financial compensation that they and their families deserve, and we may be able to put this experience to work for you. Contact us today by calling 800-883-9858.

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