Defective Vehicle Attorney
Representing Clients in New Hampshire & Vermont
The sad truth is that car companies have shown a willingness to place profit over customer safety. Large auto manufacturers including Toyota and GM have ignored known safety defects, going so far as to lie to customers even as they continue to manufacture potentially deadly vehicles. This type of gross and intentional negligence cannot be tolerated. If you or a loved one have suffered harm from a defective vehicle, the aggressive Vermont car accident attorneys at Van Dorn, Curtiss & Rousseau, PLLC are here to take your case, fight for your rights, and help you get maximum compensation.
To schedule a free consultation with one of our New Hampshire defective vehicle attorneys, please call (603) 556-4148 today.
Types of Vehicle Defects
Airbags that deploy unnecessarily or fail to deploy in an accident commonly receive media attention. This is due to the fact that an alarming number of vehicles from a wide array of manufacturers have airbag defects. However, defective airbags are not the only potentially deadly vehicle part.
Defective parts that may cause or contribute to an auto accident include, but are not limited to:
- Fuel pumps
- Ignition switches
- Acceleration pedals
- Electrical components
- Steering columns
Vehicle defects may be a result of poor design, faulty manufacturing practices, or general oversight. In some cases, defects result from a combination of these and other issues. Regardless of what caused a vehicle defect, when the end result is injury, you have a right to seek compensation well beyond the offerings of motor companies and their insurance agents.
Van Dorn, Curtiss & Rousseau, PLLC serves all of Vermont and New Hampshire from our offices in Concord and Orford, but we will come to you if an injury has made travel difficult.
If you have been injured or a loved one has been killed by a defective vehicle, please contact our experienced Vermont car accident attorneys today by calling (603) 556-4148 or completing our online form.