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Are manufacturers responsible for car defects?

There is a wide variety of different car defects, and many of them are circumstantial. For example, the manufacturer will have more responsibility for a newer car with defects. They would be accountable for things, like loose bolts and broken calipers, particularly when a car is new or has little wear. However, if a driver were to incorrectly attempt repairs on the car that resulted in an accident, the manufacturer is much less likely responsible.

If you have been in accident due to a car defect that was the responsibility of the manufacturer, or if you have more questions concerning manufacturer liability, a Stevens Point car accident lawyer of Habush Habush & Rottier, S.C is ready to answer your queries with qualified legal advice.

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