When an automobile accident takes place, the attorney’s first reaction is to bring a claim against the other driver where warranted. However, in many circumstances, the other driver is not responsible or does not have sufficient insurance coverage for the injuries sustained. When this occurs, under the appropriate circumstances, inquiry into a products liability claim is warranted. This includes cases involving defective airbags, seatbelts, rollovers, faulty brakes, fuel fires, tire tread separation and innumerable other product failures.
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