Miami Defective Seat Belt Lawyer - Sean M. Cleary

If you or someone you love was hurt in a car accident in Florida and the seat belt failed to protect them or got them injured, we'll investigate if the seat belt had a defect.

How can we help after a car accident where the seat belt was defective?

We'll analyze the circumstances of your car accident and determine if the seat belt was defective, allowing you to focus on recovering from your injuries.

Sean M. Cleary
Miami Defective Seat Belt Lawyer

Over 23K drivers and passengers were killed in Florida due to car accidents. Studies suggest that 50% of them were not properly restrained and protected by a seat belt in the car accident that took their lives. Seat belts play a major role in the safety of drivers and their passengers, preventing over 2K deaths per year in Florida. Although due to defective design seat belts don’t always function properly and cause serious, or even fatal, injuries. Many seat belts have been the subject of consumer product safety recalls.

 
 
 
 
 

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Common Seat Belts Questions

Why Wear Seat Belts if the Car is Equipped with Airbags? »

Seat belts and airbags are interrelated: an airbag without a seat belt can cause serious injury and even death. So, you have to use a seat belt to avoid serious injury. Moreover, according to seat belt legislation, wearing seat belts at all times is mandatory.

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Is it Safer Not to Wear the Seat Belt in Certain Circumstances? »

No, it is not safer to not wear the seat belt because seat belts can prevent injury during impact, and thus increase your chances of remaining conscious and being able to escape your vehicle in case of danger. Seat belts are still the best way to ensure you are not severely hurt in case of an accident.

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