Did defective equipment contribute to your Frederick car accident?
We're all familiar with how driver error can cause a serious Frederick accident. Drunk drivers, distracted drivers, and inexperienced drivers are all hazards on the road.
What do you do when the cause of the crash is deemed to be a mechanical failure? Can you still get compensation for injuries received in the accident? Who pays for the damages?
Mechanical problems that can contribute to a Frederick car accident and injury include:
- Faulty tires
- A defective airbag
- A brake failure
- A broken seat belt
- A flawed child seat
- A stop light that's not working properly
- Inadequate guardrails
- Insufficient road signs
- Poorly designed roads
Since vehicles and roads are designed and built by humans, there is always a risk that human error will occur and something will not work quite the way it was intended.
When that happens, it can be more difficult to determine where to send a claim for your medical bills from injuries sustained in a car accident.
The experienced Frederick accident attorneys at Nickelsporn & Lundin know how to deal with all types of car accident claims.
They can help you determine what exactly caused the car accident and how the accident contributed to your injuries. They can help you find out who is responsible for the failure and where to submit a claim.
If you're unsure of where to turn, consider calling our office today at 1-800-875-9700. We will walk you through every step of the process and aggressively pursue adequate compensation for your injuries.