Liability for Accidents Involving Defective Airbags
Defective airbag cases can be very complicated so you should seek legal representation as early as possible following an accident or injury that involves defective airbags. Plaintiffs in defective airbag cases do not need to prove negligence on the part of a dealership or manufacturer.
According to Florida Statutes Section 860.146, it is unlawful for anyone to knowingly purchase, sell, or install on any car any counterfeit airbag or junk-filled airbag compartment. Anyone who violates this subsection is considered to commit a felony of the second degree, which can be punished as provided in s. 775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 775.084.
What Will The Law Offices of Sean M. Cleary Do for You?
Sean M. Cleary is skilled in aggressively advancing the legal right of clients injured as a result of defective products. As an experienced lawyer, he can advise you of your rights and available solutions. We will provide you with a free initial case evaluation once we received the initial documents needed, including a copy of the accident report, documents regarding the purchase of the vehicle, pictures taken at the scene of the crash, and a copy of your medical records. Mr. Cleary will investigate the circumstances of the accident and will work together with accident reconstruction specialists and other technicians to determine liability.