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St. Louis Car Parts Defects Lawyers

St. Louis Car Parts Defect Attorneys

We depend on our cars and trucks to safely take us to work, run errands and bring us back home. We rely on our brakes to stop our cars, our airbags to deploy properly on impact and our tires to remain intact. When a defective car or truck part fails, the consequences can be deadly.

Defective car and truck parts may be the result of deficient design, workmanship or materials: A defectively designed seatbelt might come unhooked during a collision. A door latch with a weak spring could cause a door to fly open in an accident. The tread of a tire made in a dirty factory at an improper temperature and with expired adhesives might separate.

Such defective parts can cause accidents and rollovers. A defective car or truck part could also lead to the failure of a piece of safety equipment resulting in more serious injuries or even deaths. We represent people who have been injured by defective car and truck parts, including:

  • Door latches
  • Air bags
  • Fuel tanks
  • Seat belts
  • Tire treads
  • Electronic stability control devices
  • Windshields
  • Roofs

If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident and you suspect that a defective car or truck part is to blame, you need the guidance of an experienced attorney. The attorneys of Kolker & Germeroth have an impressive record of success in cases involving all kinds of complex issues.

If you or a loved one has been injured by a defective car or truck part, call us now at 866-770-8691 or visit our contact page to set up a free initial consultation. You may also fill out our special personal injury intake form. Evening and weekend appointments are available.

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