San Jose Attorney Modified Vehicle Accidents
Lawyer for California Accidents Caused by Aftermarket Vehicle Modifications
Anytime a vehicle is worked on after leaving the original manufacture, it is considered an aftermarket vehicle modification. Unfortunately, there are many instances in which an aftermarket modification is not completed properly. This may include failing to comply with safety standards, inadequate quality testing and other poor service practices.
If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, whether it involved a car, truck, bus, or limousine, it is imperative that your case be reviewed by an expert who can determine whether there were faulty aftermarket modifications conducted on the vehicle involved in your accident. This may have contributed to your accident, and it is important that all responsible parties are held accountable for their negligent actions.
Decades of Experience Representing Injured Bay Area Victims
At the Law Office of John J. Garvey, III, we have helped many people recover damages for their accident injuries. For more than 40 years, Attorney John J. Garvey, III, has been providing skilled and effective personal injury and product liability representation against negligent parties, including manufacturers, large companies and their respective insurance carriers. He will work with qualified experts who can examine the modified vehicle involved as well as its maintenance history and records. There may be one or multiple parties at fault for improper servicing or maintenance of your vehicle.
You can discuss your potential claim with Mr. Garvey in a free initial consultation. All cases taken on a contingency fee basis. If we fail to recover monetary compensation for you, we will not charge attorney fees. Contact us online or call 408-293-7777 to schedule your appointment today.
Some Cars Are Red Flags
Certain vehicles are more likely than to have gone through multiple aftermarket vehicle modifications. These include older cars, limousines, recreational vehicles, and handicapped-accessible vehicles. These types of vehicles are often chopped apart, stretched and even spliced back together. It is the dissection of such vehicles that may lead to serious problems or defects, such as:
- Inadequate protection
- Blind spots
- Changes in tire/air pressure requirements
- Faulty/inadequate CO detectors
- Improper safeguards for gas lines
- Faulty electrical wiring
- Inadequate suspension
- Disregard for manufacturer specifications and safety standards
Seek Justice, Call Us Today
Do you believe you were injured in a Santa Clara County vehicle accident related to aftermarket modifications? Our aftermarket vehicle modifications law firm in San Jose is ready to dedicate our skills and knowledge to your case in order to seek maximum compensation. Call 408-293-7777 or contact the Law Office of John J. Garvey, III, by e-mail now to schedule a free initial consultation.