Were You in an Accident Caused by Defective Car Parts?
Our attorneys serve car crash victims throughout Sevierville, Gatlinburg, and Pigeon Forge, TN
When you drive a car off the dealer’s lot, you assume the manufacturer has taken all precautions to ensure the vehicle’s safety. But all too often, we hear about recalls caused by defective automobile parts. When a complicated machine, such as a car, truck, or motorcycle, is not manufactured properly or when a mechanic cuts corners, disaster could strike. From SUV rollovers to airbags that do not deploy, defective auto parts cause a myriad of serious accidents and hazards.
Filing a products liability lawsuit against a vehicle manufacturer, car dealer, or other liable party is not to be taken lightly. To help ensure success, hire a knowledgeable Sevierville defective auto parts lawyer at Delius & McKenzie, PLLC. Our attorneys take on the toughest cases on behalf of injury victims in Sevierville, Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, and throughout Tennessee. With our legal savvy, years of dedicated experience, and proven track record of success, Delius & McKenzie, PLLC is ready to be your advocate.
Examples of defective car parts
Faulty automobile parts can cause a wide range of motor vehicle accidents. Unfortunately, these crashes can happen anywhere and to anyone—without any warning. A few of the more common forms of car part defects include:
- Bad tires
- Ineffective air bags
- Faulty brakes
- Faulty wiring
- Electrical problems
- Accelerator or braking issues
- Rollover risk
With a bad car part, there are endless issues which pose serious risks. If you or a loved one was affected by a faulty auto part, you have options for pursuing compensation.
Who can be held responsible?
Determining who is at fault is not always easy in these types of cases. There are a few factors to consider:
- Was it a design flaw or manufacturing error?
- Is the car manufacturer or parts manufacturer at fault?
- Did the car dealer know about the defect?
- Was a negligent mechanic partially to blame?
- What middlemen or distributors were involved?
- Did you purchase the car new or used?
Once you retain an attorney from Delius & McKenzie, PLLC, we launch an investigation to help prove who is to blame for your injuries and damages, using all of our resources and faculties to develop a case that gets you the results you need.
Recalls and class action lawsuits
In some cases, many vehicle owners experience the same issue with a certain line of cars. Often, these cars and parts get recalled off the market after several people have already gotten hurt. If you are one of many individuals harmed by the same defective auto part, like exploding Takata airbags or GM’s faulty ignition switches, you may be able to file a class action lawsuit against the vehicle manufacturer. The Law Office of Bryan E. Delius has the capabilities and experience to offer representation in these complex cases.
Consult a Tennessee defective car part attorney right away
Being injured in an auto accident is difficult; choosing the right lawyer shouldn’t be. A Sevierville auto product liability attorney from Delius & McKenzie, PLLC can help you on your path to recovery. If you have suffered serious injuries, property damage, and other losses because of a defective auto part, please call 865-280-3686 or fill out our contact form. Our team serves clients in and around Sevierville, Gatlinburg, and Pigeon Forge, TN.