We can help you hold a vehicle or parts manufacturer or distributor accountable for your Montgomery traffic accident if a design or manufacturing defect caused the crash. This could allow you to recover compensation for your repairs, medical bills, and more.
A Morris Bart lawyer for defective design or manufacture of vehicles or vehicle components in Montgomery can help build your case, file your claim, sue the company, and take other steps to seek justice on your behalf after an accident. We provide free case assessments for accident victims and are a contingency fee firm.
Can I Recover Money Damages for My Expenses and Losses?
A lawyer from our firm can help you seek compensation following an accident caused by a company that defectively designed or manufactured vehicle components. You could be entitled to a financial recovery based on what happened to you. When we represent you, we develop strong arguments to support a just settlement or a verdict and award in court.
Many companies prefer to settle these cases out of court to avoid the bad publicity and increased costs of going to trial. We can use this to our advantage, negotiating for a settlement that provides you with compensation for the expenses, losses, and intangible damages you experienced because of the problem with your vehicle.
Examples of Compensation Following a Car Accident in Montgomery
Some recoverable damages in your Montgomery car accident case could include:
- Current medical expenses
- Future costs, including treatment and care expenses
- Lost wages and reduced earning ability
- Property damages
- Pain and suffering
- Other current and future losses
- Wrongful death damages
For a free legal consultation with a Defective Design or Manufacture of Vehicles or Vehicle Components Accident lawyer serving Montgomery, call (334) 523-0664
Manufacturers Are Liable for the Safety of Their Products
Under the Alabama products liability law, Ala. Code § 6-5-521, designers and manufacturers are liable for injuries their defective products cause. If a defect caused your traffic accident, we can help you identify the liable party and take action against them.
A product defect in this type of collision could include:
- A design defect of your car
- A design defect of a vehicle component
- A manufacturing defect of your vehicle
- A manufacturing defect of a car part
While some parts of your vehicle can have defects without causing an accident, others can create dire situations. These include defects to your vehicle’s:
- Tires and wheels
- Steering system
When our team represents a client whose injuries likely stemmed from a defective auto part, we investigate the accident, including working with accident reconstruction specialists and other experts who can help us understand what caused the accident and how. We can do the same for you.
Statute of Limitations for Product Liability Cases in Alabama
We will try to settle your case without going to trial, but it is still essential to meet the appropriate deadlines. We generally only have two years to sue the liable party under Ala. Code § 6-2-38. To learn how we can help you, let one of our Montgomery defective design or manufacture of vehicles or vehicle component attorneys review your case for free.
Morris Bart & Associates, LLC Can Help You With Your Claim
At the Morris Bart law firm, we know how to develop a case based on a vehicle or parts defect on our client’s car or another person’s vehicle if that caused the client’s collision and injuries.
We have more than 40 years of experience representing injured car accident victims. Our law office in Montgomery is one of 15 offices where our team can help traffic accident victims. We provide services in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Arkansas.
Our Recent Results Include 6,500 Wins for Our Clients in 2019
Our personal injury lawyers know how to get results. Some recent settlements and awards include:
- $852,845 for a car accident victim experiencing neck and back pain, facial fractures, and other injuries
- $580,000 for a traffic collision victim who required cervical disc replacement
- $475,000 for a crash victim who had herniations of the neck, back, and shoulders
- $450,000 for an accident victim who needed lower back surgery for their injuries
If you were hurt when a part of your vehicle failed or there was another issue that caused your crash, you could have a case against:
- The vehicle designer
- The vehicle manufacturer
- The company who made the defective part
Our defective design or manufacture of vehicles or vehicle components attorneys in Montgomery can manage this process for you. To learn more, we can review your accident and your case’s facts today.
We provide complimentary consultations. We can answer your questions about our services, help you better understand your rights, and determine your legal options during this confidential phone call.
Talk to Our Team About Your Accident and Case Today
At the Morris Bart law firm, we can help you after your accident. Alabama law allows us to hold the manufacturer responsible for your defective vehicle or part. You can recover money damages based on the facts of your case.
We offer complimentary, no-obligation reviews of traffic accidents and help our clients exercise their rights. We can identify the responsible parties in your accident, and do what it takes to prove your case.
Call the Morris Bart law firm’s Montgomery office today or fill out our online contact form to get started with your consultation for free. Our team has someone available to speak with you now.
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