South Miami Mechanical Failure
Car manufacturers make billions of dollars selling their cars to customers just like you, and customers spend tens of thousands of dollars or even more on cars that promise to be safe on the road. Unfortunately, when poor design, manufacturing defects, or other issues lead to mechanical failure in South Miami, passengers who pay for their vehicles with their hard-earned money often find themselves seriously injured as a result of preventable defects.
If this has happened to you, know that you can always contact Flaxman Law Group to get free legal advice about your situation. You will want to explore all of your legal options to ensure that more of your medical bills, lost wages, and other expenses are covered.Who is Responsible for Mechanical Failure Leading to a Car Crash?
If you have been in a traffic collision in South Miami or anywhere else in Florida, it can be difficult to determine what has caused the accident. Even if you know that brake failure or tire failure led to the accident, how can you be sure whether mechanical failure was caused by negligence on the part of the car manufacturer? After all, tires may blowout because they are poorly designed or because they have some manufacturing flaw. However, they may also fail if a vehicle owner fails to replace them as necessary and fails to maintain them correctly. It can be difficult to determine exactly what has happened, and in many cases, the potential liable parties in the case will start pointing fingers in order to reduce their own liability in the case.
You need a good personal injury attorney to help you find answers.Are You Covered After Your Car Accident in South Miami?
Many people assume that after a car accident, they are covered by their health coverage and car insurance. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. In fact, after a serious car accident resulting in devastating or permanent injuries it is not uncommon for an insurance dispute to arise. In many cases, insurance companies will deny a claim or undervalue a claim. Their main objective is to make money, and their profits suffer if they pay out the full amount possible in every case.
Unfortunately, if you've been seriously injured in a traffic accident and don't get the full amount of money that you may be entitled to in your case, you may end up having to pay thousands or tens of thousands of dollars in lost wages, car replacement costs, medical bills, and other expenses out-of-pocket. Even if you have substantial savings or assets, it is unfair that you be expected to pay these costs if your injuries were caused through no fault of your own. For all of these reasons, it is a good idea to consult with a personal injury attorney who can apprise you of your rights and can help you understand the true worth of your case.
Charles Flaxman of Flaxman Law Group spent 10 years working in the insurance industry before graduating the top 2% of his law class and before gaining more than 25 years of experience in the courtroom. He understands exactly how the insurance laws and insurance companies work and he knows what steps insurance carriers take to limit liability and to provide fast, inexpensive payouts. If you would like him negotiating on your behalf with insurance companies and if you would like him fighting for justice in your case, contact Flaxman Law Group at any time to arrange for a no obligation, no cost case evaluation.