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Carmakers install seat belts and airbags to protect drivers and passengers. But sometimes, these same devices have the opposite effect. Defective seat belts and airbags can actually contribute to injuries. Defective airbags and seat belts can also cause more damage to drivers and passengers than the actual impact with the other vehicle or object outside your car. Children are particularly at risk of injuries from defective seat belts and airbags. You may suffer a severe injury because of defective seat belts and airbags.
When you've been injured by a defective seat belt or airbag, you need a strong advocate on your side. Flager & Yockey, P.C. helps clients rigorously investigate your accident and obtain the full compensation you deserve for the suffering and injuries you sustained from a defective seat belt or airbag.
It's important for you to know that design, production or installation defects could result in seat belt and airbag injuries. When defective safety features exist, drivers and passengers can sustain injuries to internal organs that require surgery, or injuries to their faces or skin. Eye damage, loss of vision or broken bones can also be a result of defective safety products.
For experienced legal assistance, contact Flager & Yockey, P.C., serving Philadelphia, Bucks, Montgomery, Delaware and Chester Counties and all of Eastern Pennsylvania, including Bethlehem, Allentown, Easton, Harrisburg, Hazelton, Wilkes-Barre, Scranton, Williamsport and the Poconos as well as the entire State of New Jersey. Our lawyers can help if you or a loved one has been injured because of a defective seat belt or airbag. You deserve justice. We can help.
Remember, your initial consultation is free, and you don't pay us unless you win.
Call (215) 953-5200 for your free personal injury consultation today.
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