“Crashworthiness” is a term used to determine your vehicle’s ability to protect you and your occupants in the event you are involved in a Florida car accident. Automobile manufacturers are required to take into account that their product may be involved in a crash.
The crashworthiness of your vehicle
When the structure of your vehicle is compromised, you are at greater risk of being injured in an accident. Whether at the design and/or assembly phase, common auto defects may include:
Common auto defects
- Tire defects
- seat belt malfunctions
- Brake malfunctions
No matter who caused your accident, if the structure of your vehicle was compromised and a defect existed, you might be able to hold your manufacture liable for your damages. However, you must prove that the defect contributed to your injury.
Proving your case
An experienced Daytona Beach car accident attorney can help you build your case. They can help you gather all the evidence necessary to prove that your vehicle included a defect and that defect resulted in your injury.
Speak with an experienced car accident attorney
If you or someone you know has been injured in a car accident, contact one of our experienced Daytona Beach car accident attorneys at Johnson & Gilbert, P.A. at (386) 673-4412 or (800) 556-8890.