Our years of experience in investigating automobile accidents have shown us that often times product liability claims are “hidden” in these accidents. It is critical that your attorney considers the possibilities so that no claim gets overlooked. If there are injuries that are disproportionate to the severity of the accident, a product liability claim should be considered.

The most common types of automobile accidents involve:
• Frontal impacts (most common)
• Side impacts
• Rear impacts
• Rollovers (most rare)

In the United States, rollovers have contributed to more than 10,000 deaths a year, even though they only account for about 3 percent of all crashes.

Since 1988, Beasley Allen has had its own in-house Accident Investigation division. Having dedicated, experienced accident investigators in-house has been critical in evaluating potential automobile accident claims. Our investigators offer expert analysis and advice while assisting in the preparations for trial.

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If you feel you have a claim, our attorneys would like to talk to you. You may be entitled to compensation. Contact us today for a free, no-obligation legal consultation.


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