Louisiana Auto Defect Lawyers Helping Injured People
Louisiana Auto Defect Lawyers Helping Injured People Pursue Injury Claims Against Negligent Automakers
Under federal law, the manufacturers of cars, trucks, motorcycles and auto parts are required to follow a rigorous set of safety standards. When their failure to do so results in serious injuries to drivers, passengers and pedestrians, these automakers deserve to be held responsible.
At the law firm of Domengeaux Wright Roy & Edwards LLC, our Louisiana auto defect lawyers help clients pursue all types of auto product liability claims, including the following:
- Rollovers: If you’ve been injured in a rollover and/or roof crush incident due to an inadequate protection system in a car, truck or SUV, we can help you pursue a claim.
- Inadequate seat belts: Lap belts and shoulder harnesses are critically important safety devices. When they do not work properly, their manufacturers can be held accountable.
- Defective tires: Tread separation and other defects can cause tires to blow out, causing serious accidents. Our firm has the experience and resources to pursue tire defect claims.
- Car fires: If you have been injured in a fire caused by a poorly designed or manufactured gas tank or electrical systems, our attorneys can seek the compensation you deserve.
After any type of car or truck accident, it is important to investigate whether an auto defect may have played a role in order to pursue full compensation from all responsible parties. If our Louisiana auto defect lawyers handle your case, our attorneys will look carefully into all potential auto defect issues.
Louisiana Attorneys • Roof Crush Cases • Seat Belt Defects • Gas Tank Defects
If you have been seriously injured or have lost a loved one in an accident that may have involved an auto defect, do not hesitate to contact our Louisiana auto defect lawyers at 800-375-6186 or by email.
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