Defective Seatbelts

If you or somebody you know suffered an injury as the result of a defective seatbelt, contact Pacin Levine for your free evaluation at (800) 24-7-CRASH; (800) 247-2727. Available 24/7, nights and weekends, Pacin Levine will promptly offer advice and support.

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Defective Seatbelt Attorneys

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hen you put on your seatbelt you expect it to save your life or reduce injury in the event of an automobile accident. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. Seatbelts generally have the ability to protect vehicle occupants from fatal accidents. According to federal statistics, in 2003, the use of seat belts saved nearly 15,000 lives nationwide. However, more than 6,000 deaths per year are related to the improper use, or the failure to use, the proper seat belt restraints during a car crash.

Seatbelt failures can be the result of poor design or a manufacturing defect. Regardless of the cause, the most important evidence in a seatbelt defect case is the seatbelt system itself. A seatbelt expert can often determine whether the belt performed as intended or not. The clues are not always readily apparent, but if a vehicle occupant is injured or killed under suspicious circumstances, then precautions should be taken to evaluate if a seatbelt failure occurred.

If you or someone you know was injured as a result of a defective seatbelt, then contact us for a free consultation today. (800) 24-7-CRASH; (800) 247-2727.

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