Alpharetta Airbag Injury Attorney
Airbags: Cases of Injury or Death in Airbag Deployment or Failure to Deploy
Since the advent of airbags in automobiles, there has been a significant decrease in automobile accident injuries that would have been much worse if not for the airbags. At the same time, however, the airbags themselves have been the source of many serious or fatal injuries. This can happen when airbags are defective, or there are problems with the system that initiates deployment. If you or a loved one has been injured by an airbag deployment or failure to deploy, you should contact the personal injury attorneys of Kalka & Baer LLC in Alpharetta. We are advocates for people who have suffered such injuries in cases in which a faulty or defective airbag contributed to or caused serious injuries.
There are inherent features in airbags that can cause injuries during a car accident. Skin scrapes, eye damage, broken bones, head and neck injuries, hearing damage and other injuries have occurred in the past, and continue to be a problem throughout the country. If these injuries happen when there is a car crash and the airbag deploys as designed to do, you probably do not have a claim for those injuries. If, however, the injuries occurred because there was a problem with the airbag, you very well may have a case for recovering compensation for your damages.
Airbag Injury Lawyer in Alpharetta: Claims for Compensation
Some problems with airbags include failures to activate during a collision, defects with the airbag itself, problems with the installation, airbags deploying without a collision, airbags deploying too late, and many more. Responsible parties could range from the manufacturer, car dealer, inspectors, and other parties. When another party is responsible for airbags not performing as they should, and you were injured as a result, we aggressively pursue all avenues to help you recover your just compensation. We attempt negotiations for a fair settlement, but are not afraid to go to court if necessary. Contact us today.