Wausau Airbag Defects Lawyers

Airbags have saved many lives over the years despite the current congestion of our roadways and the high frequency of automobile collisions. Airbags were created to hold a person in place and cushion any impact that may occur during an automobile accident. Although airbag technology has advanced over the years, defective air bags still make it into thousands of automobiles every year. Many times, the defect is not evident until the airbag has deployed. Late or unnecessary deployment of airbags is the most common defect that causes injuries. Airbags are released with a great deal of force and may cause broken bones, whiplash, neck injuries, and even tooth loss.

Reasons that airbag injuries may occur:

  • Late deployment
  • Unnecessary deployment
  • Failure to deploy
  • Oversized airbags
  • Lack of side airbags
  • Inadequate consumer warnings

Habush Habush & Rottier, S.C. offers 12 office locations throughout Wisconsin, making it one of the state’s largest personal injury law firms. Working with many victims of defective airbags over the years, the Wausau airbag defects lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier, S.C. have the skills needed to organize a successful lawsuit. Trust in the expertise of the Wausau lawyers to guide you through the complex litigation process. During your free initial consultation, your case will be evaluated by a skilled Wausau attorney. This is also the time to have your legal questions regarding your case answered by a knowledgeable lawyer. If your injuries have been caused by negligent manufacturers, it is in your best interest to hire an experienced attorney. Contact the Wausau defective airbag lawyers today to schedule your free consultation and begin the process of fighting for your rights.

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