Automotive Injuries

Automotive crashes could involve multiple vehicles, a single vehicle, a motorcycle or recreational vehicle, a large transit vehicle or a large truck and be caused by a product defect or driver negligence. These crashes can result in life altering injuries and even death.

The most common types of automobile accidents involve:

  • Frontal impacts (most common)
  • Side impacts
  • Rear impacts
  • Rollovers (most rare)

In investigating automobile accidents and product liability cases over the past 30 years, we have seen many single vehicle accidents that were caused by a design defect or mechanical problem. Single vehicle accidents where the occupant received injuries disproportionate to the severity of the accident can often be traced back to a defect.

Other cases may involve drowsy driving, distracted driving, dram shops and other forms of driver negligence.


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