Wisconsin Car Defect Attorney
Car defect cases focus on a potential defect within the automobile that may have led to an injury during the course of an accident.
Often referred to as a secondary collision because it occurs immediately after the automobile strikes an object, this collision may be the result of a defect within the automobile.
It's important to note that in recent years, there have been numerous recalls and warnings that have been issued by the NHTSA and also automotive manufacturers after certain vehicles have been found to have defective &/or unsafe components.
An automobile may be defective if there is:
- A mistake in manufacturing.
- An improper design.
- An absence of a warning or an absence of an adequate warning.
As of Nov. 2014, approximately 7.8 million vehicles have been recalled as a result of defective Takata airbags that could rupture and injure drivers and passengers when the bags deploy. At least four deaths and dozens more injuries have been linked to these defective airbags.
Unfortunately, the vast majority of these potential cases go unidentified and are never pursued. Pitman, Kalkhoff, Sicula & Dentice can help evaluate your case for potential product defect claims.
Contact our Wisconsin Car Defect Attorneys
If you or your loved one has been injured or killed as a result of a car defect, you need to hire an experienced Wisconsin personal injury attorney immediately.
At the law offices of PKSD, our Wisconsin car defect lawyers work relentlessly to obtain financial compensation for our clients. We work with a team of investigators, medical experts and attorneys to evaluate the case, investigate the scene of the accident, question witnesses, gather testimony, and collect evidence.
At our firm, we are dedicated to protecting our clients rights by ensuring the truth surrounding their accident is discovered, and that justice is served.
If you are in need of a dedicated Wisconsin car defect attorney, contact PKSD today for your free consultation by calling 877-877-2228 or reach us online via our "Live Chat" or simply fill out our "Free Case Evaluation" form on this page.