Several months ago, we began a series of articles discussing product liability claims that arise from single vehicle accidents. A product liability claim focuses on whether or not a product is defective. The purpose of this series is to educate you on the different kinds of product liability claims that are out there. In automobile cases, the defective product could be the entire vehicle, or a component part such as the seat belt or tires. Unfortunately, the average motorist has no idea how unprotected he will be in an accident as a driver or passenger in a defective vehicle. Our attorneys are trained to recognize defect claims in motor vehicle accident cases. Any single vehicle accident involving serious injury or death, including paralysis, loss of limb or brain damage, should be carefully analyzed for possible product liability claims. Last month, we looked at fuel-fed fires and the injurious consequences of those defects. This month, we look at electronic stability control.
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