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Miami Springs Mechanical Failure

Just about every component of a car can be subject to mechanical failure. Wipers, airbags, headlights and tail lights, the steering system, the tires, brakes, and other components can all fail or can fail to act as you expect them to. When this happens when you are driving, it can result in devastating accident, especially if you are driving along a busy highway.

If you have been injured in a car accident in Miami Springs caused by mechanical failure or if you suspect that mechanical plate failure played a role in your injuries, contact Flaxman Law Group to arrange for a free case evaluation to find out what can be done in your case to ensure that you can seek fair compensation for your injuries.

Car Collision Injuries Can Lead to Financial Worries

You may face quite a few expenses after your car accident if your car accident was caused by mechanical failure:

  • Medical bills
  • Long-term medical expenses, such as rehabilitation and at-home care
  • The cost of making your house and car accessible as you heal
  • Incidental medical expenses, such as the cost of braces, prosthetics, and other devices
  • Medication
  • Transportation to and from doctors’ appointments
  • Replacement of any property that was in the vehicle at the time of the crash and was ruined (this may include laptops, cameras, and mobile devices, for example)
  • Car repairs or car replacement costs
  • Replacement of lost wages
  • Replacement of lost income opportunities

The longer your injuries take to heal and the more severe your injuries, the more costs that you will likely incur.

How Mechanical Failure Leads to Traffic Collisions in Miami Springs

There are many ways that mechanical failure can lead to a car accident:

  • Your breaks may fail to work, causing you to rear-end the car in front of you
  • An airbag may deploy too soon, harming you or causing facial injuries
  • An airbag or seatbelt may not work correctly, leading to head injuries and brain injuries
  • The car may be top-heavy, and may roll over or cause you to lose control of the vehicle in specific situations
  • Your tires may blowout or fail to work correctly, causing you to lose control in a car crash
  • Breaks may fail to act appropriately, causing your car to spin out of control or fail to stop to prevent an accident

Charles Flaxman of Flaxman Law Group worked for 10 years in the insurance industry and for more than 25 years as a trial attorney. His experience in the insurance industry has allowed him to gain an appreciation for the tactics that insurance companies use to undervalue or deny claims. He understands the exact insurance laws that affect your claim and this can help him as he negotiates with insurance carriers on your behalf. He has worked with thousands of personal injury plaintiffs across South Florida and he understands the local justice system as well as the laws that could affect your case. To speak with Charles Flaxman or any of the other attorneys at Flaxman Law Group, call the full service law firm today to arrange for a free appointment.