When collisions occur, the safety features of your vehicle may be the only thing to save you from suffering severe injuries. Seat belts, designed to hold you in place during a collision, have saved the lives of millions since their invention. Cars have become faster and more powerful over the years, making it incredibly important to have functional seat belts in your vehicle. The chances of surviving a collision at high speeds is very slim if a seat belt is not being used.
If you’ve been injured due to a defective seat belt, contact our attorneys today by calling 800-242-2974. We’ll walk you through your legal rights and options.
Despite national standards of safety, hundreds of defective automobiles are bought every year. Many times, the defect is not apparent until an accident has occurred and the seat belt has failed. If your seat belt is unable to protect you during a collision, your body may be tossed around the vehicle and could even be thrown from the vehicle if the impact is powerful enough. Without a functioning seat belt, you are put at serious risk for severe injuries and death.
Seat belt defects include:
Manufacturers and auto dealers who do not properly test seat belts before selling an automobile should be liable for any injuries that result from the defects of the vehicle. Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® is a Wisconsin law firm with a team of exceptional Wausau defective seat belt lawyers. The Wausau lawyers have years of experience representing defective seat belt victims. Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® offers 13 office locations throughout Wisconsin and is dedicated to helping you receive the compensation that you deserve for your injuries.
Turn to a Wausau defective seat belt lawyer to thoroughly evaluate your case and provide you honest advice on how best to pursue legal action against those who have harmed you. Contact the Wausau office today to schedule a free initial consultation and begin the process of protecting your rights as a victim of defective seat belts. Reach us by calling 800-242-2874.