Common Auto Manufacturing Defects
When many people think of car accidents, they imagine that irresponsible driving is to blame. A specific individual must have made a mistake behind the wheel, resulting in the crash. Sometimes, however, no driver is at fault. Drivers depend on their vehicles to operate as intended when in use; when a car suffers from unexpected problems, serious accidents may occur.
If you or someone you love has been injured as the result of an automobile-related malfunction or defective car part, silence is not the answer. Contact the Stevens Point car accident lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. at 800-242-2874 to obtain the guidance of a knowledgeable, decisive legal professional today.
Common Vehicle Defects
While a variety of defects may exist in automobiles, a few are more common and have forced car companies to recall models in the past. These errors in manufacturing have the potential to directly cause accidents, or exacerbate the outcome of an accident. Manufacturers should be held accountable for mistakes in production or assembly, including the following:
- Defective Tires
- Defective Seatbelts
- Defective Airbags
- Engine Stalling / Failure
- Brake Failure
- Power Steering Malfunction
The functionality of every driver’s car is essential, particularly in emergency situations. It is the responsibility of manufacturers to ensure that the products they release hold up under a variety of conditions. If a manufacturing defect in your vehicle has caused injury to you or someone you love, contact the Stevens Point auto defect lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. by calling 800-242-2874.