Were you or was a family member injured in a car accident in which any of the following parts may have been defective?
At first glance, your traffic accident may have seemed to be a result of driver negligence, excessive speed, following too close or defective roadway design. Upon closer inspection, however, an accident reconstructionist may reach the conclusion that your injuries were in fact caused by a seat back that collapsed, defective tires, or other defective vehicle part.
Demonstrating and proving that a defective vehicle part caused or exacerbated your injury is not a job for a revolving door type of personal injury law firm. Your case is likely to take time and involve complexities that require close cooperation between you and your lawyer. It is also likely to require the involvement of expert witnesses such as auto design engineers. John J. Garvey, III, experienced San Jose defective auto parts lawyer, has handled numerous complicated motor vehicle accident cases. When he accepts a case, it is because he is confident that he can help the injured person obtain a good result: just, ample monetary compensation.
Did a manufacturing defect such as a fatigue fracture in steel cause your car to bend or break when it should have held up strong during a crash? Answering this question is a job for an expert — and handling your injury claim is a job for an experienced attorney with a track record of positive results.
Contact auto defect attorney John J. Garvey, III, to schedule a consultation if you were involved in a collision and need a well-informed analysis of insurance coverage available to pay your medical bills. Cases handled on a contingency fee basis (no recovery, no fee). Serving San Jose, San Mateo, San Benito County, Fremont, Monterey and the South Bay Area.
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