Auto Defects & Auto Accidents in North Carolina
Was your accident caused by a defective auto part?
At Nagle & Associates, Attorney Nagle and his team of North Carolina auto accident lawyers investigate every possible avenue for compensation. In the initial stages of handling a case, this will entail establishing who can be held at fault for a victim's damages. While a majority of motor vehicle accidents are caused by driver error or negligence, there are also many that are caused by defective auto parts. In such a situation, the firm's legal team uses decades of investigative experience, extensive resources, and numerous professional connections to determine precisely how an auto defect contributed to your accident. When it can be established that a defective auto product was responsible for causing your accident and subsequent injury, you will have the opportunity to hold the auto part manufacturer liable for making unsafe products available to the public.
As Attorney Nagle and his legal team make sure that all responsible parties participate in payment of your claims, they always consider the possibility that a defective tire, seat belt, or other auto component might have contributed to the accident. Having handled motor vehicle accident exclusively for decades, Attorney Nagle has seen and handled cases in which defective auto parts have been the primary and contributing factor in an accident. Equipped with the experience needed to investigate and present clear and convincing evidence regarding an auto part's defect and the ways in which it played a role in causing an accident, the firm's legal team is prepared to handle any situation or defect that your case may involve, including any of the following:
- Seat belt or air bag failure
- Steering or brake failure
- Defective gas tanks or fuel systems that cause burn injuries
- SUV or light truck rollover accidents caused by defective tires, poor weight distribution design, or weak roof structures
- Defective coupling components in semi tractor-trailer rigs
- Failure of electronic stability control or computer assisted braking systems
Investigation and presentation of convincing proof and all essential legal elements in auto product liability cases are matters that inexperienced firms without the necessary resources simply cannot handle. In many design defect cases, an attorney will typically need to "reinvent" the component with the help of forensic engineers and design professionals to show that a safer alternative was feasible and economically possible during the time of production. They will then need to illustrate a number of legal elements in order to present a comprehensive set of facts that highlight a manufacturer's liability. Fortunately for injured victims throughout North Carolina, Attorney Nagle's extensive resources and past experiences handling auto defect cases enable him to commit whatever resources are necessary to work your claim to its greatest potential.
Trust in Seasoned North Carolina Auto Accident Lawyers
The North Carolina auto accident lawyers at Nagle & Associates have demonstrated time and time again that they possess the experience and resources needed to effectively handle even the most challenging defective auto part cases. As proven trial lawyers who prepare each case as if it were going to trial, they also have the ability to fight back against powerful auto part manufacturers in any legal arena. If you believe that your accident may have been caused by a defective auto part, or if you wish to learn more about your case and the ways in which the firm can help, then do not hesitate to schedule a free case evaluation. Trust in a firm that has the versatility to handle whatever your case may bring.
Contact a North Carolina auto accident attorney from Nagle & Associates today.