John R. Fuller P.C.

1736 Race Street
Denver, CO 80206

(303) 597-4500

Defective Automobile Parts

Denver and Aurora Injury Attorney

When a consumer purchases a vehicle, they assume with a realistic expectation that their investment contains components that are not only manufactured correctly, but are also constructed with safety in mind. The automatic assumption that the vehicle’s brakes, tires, airbags, seat belts and all other mechanisms have been safety tested and have passed all safety guidelines,  is standard and reasonable. Regardless of the fact that these expectations are set, defective automobile parts and equipment still make it to the consumer market—posing an increased risk to anyone in or around the vehicle.

Types of Automobile Defective Parts and Equipment:

  • Tire Defects
  • Brake Defects
  • Steering Component Malfunctioning
  • Fuel Line Malfunctioning
  • Gas Pedal Defects
  • And more..
When these defective parts and equipment result in accidents, the companies that manufactured  them are responsible and should be held accountable. The Toyota Motor Company, a leading name in the automobile industry, was recently fined $16.4 million for the defective gas pedals on one of their vehicles. In addition, their 2010 Lexus GX 460 has been recalled for problems with handling around turns in the road. Toyota is not the only company that has been involved in vehicle recalls due to defective parts. In fact, certain Ford, Honda, and Chevrolet vehicles are currently under investigations held by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Unfortunately, most automobile accidents that occur due to defective parts and equipment could have been avoided. If you or someone you love was involved in a motor vehicle accident and you believe that a defective part on your vehicle was to blame, it is important to contact a Colorado personal injury attorney immediately. You may be entitled to compensation for medical expenses, rehabilitation, lost wages and suffering that was caused by the manufacturers negligence. No one should suffer due to a vehicle manufacturer’s neglect. Colorado Car Accident Law Firm If you or someone you love was injured in an automobile accident caused by a defective part, a Colorado personal injury attorney can help.  Your attorney will handle the investigation work and file the required injury claims in order to pursue a lawsuit against a manufacturer or retailer that has designed or sold a defective part. If the manufacturer or retailer is found to be liable, you may be entitled to receive compensation for the injuries their negligence has caused. At John R. Fuller, P.C., we believe you have suffered enough from your injuries. That is why we are determined to make your experience with the legal system as painless as possible. We provide sympathetic counsel for our clients while we aggressively pursue compensation for them. From conducting a thorough investigation to consulting with professional colleagues, we build solid cases and effective arguments for our clients.

Contact a Colorado Personal Injury Lawyer

Serving injured people throughout the state, we are known for our dedication to clients’ needs. Contact our injury law firm for a free initial consultation and honest assessment of your legal situation. We’re available 24/7 by phone, fax and e-mail. We return after-hours calls promptly and provide interpreters for our Spanish-speaking clients. Servicios del intérprete disponibles. Bookmark and Share

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