Sheboygan Airbag Defects Lawyers

Seat belts were invented in order to save lives in the event of an automobile collision. Everyone wants to believe that the seat belts that were created to protect you will work correctly when you need them; however, this is not always the case. If seat belts are manufactured with defects, they may completely useless in protecting you from injury in the event of a collision. In fact, defective seat belts may even cause you additional injuries. Poorly designed seat belts make it into new vehicles every year, leading to hundreds of seat belt related injuries. These injuries may be minor or very serious, including brain damage, broken bones, and spinal injuries. In extreme cases, a defective seat belt may cause death.

Seat belt defects that may lead to injury:

  • Unlatching of seat belts mid collision leave the passenger unrestrained
  • False latching seat belts appear locked but are ineffective in restraining passengers in accidents
  • Lap belt only seat belts fail to properly restrain passengers in accidents
  • Shoulder belt only seat belts can strangle passengers during accidents

While there is no doubt that seat belts have saved the lives of millions since they were first invented, there is also an undeniable amount of seat belt related injuries that occur every year. The Wisconsin law firm of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® has a team of skilled Sheboygan defective seat belt lawyers. The Sheboygan lawyers are dedicated to the success of your case and will work closely with you in order to achieve the best possible outcome for your lawsuit. With 12 Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® offices throughout the state, there is always a team of experienced lawyers nearby no matter where you may live in Wisconsin. Your initial consultation costs nothing at all and provides you the chance to have your case evaluated by a Sheboygan attorney. Allow the Sheboygan defective seat belt lawyers to guide you through the complicated legal process and answer any of your questions. To begin the fight to protect your rights, contact the Sheboygan office today by calling (920) 459-8000 to schedule your consultation.