Rollover Car Crashes Turn Deadly When Side Curtain Airbags Fail To Deploy

Auto safety expert and Dallas car accident lawyer Todd Tracy shows how side curtain airbags are supposed to prevent an occupant from being ejected in a rollover accident car crash and what happens when an airbag is defective.

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There was no occupant in the passenger side, there was only one occupant in the entire vehicle and that was the restrained driver and the restrained driver is now catastrophically injured because the occupant actually was ejected outside the vehicle with her seat belt on. Why because the side curtain airbag did not fire. The purpose of a side curtain airbag is keeping the head and the limbs and the upper torso inside the vehicle.


If you, a family member, or friend have suffered a traumatic car accident injury or they were killed in an auto accident, there may be grounds for a product liability lawsuit against the car maker. The victim’s or family members of the deceased person may be entitled to significantly more money in damages than just a negligence case about the cause of the accident.

The Tracy Law Firm focuses on “Who Caused The Traumatic Car Accident Injuries or Death” — not who caused the accident.

Whether you were at fault or not in the cause of the accident, car companies are required by federal motor vehicle safety standards to make vehicles that will protect the driver and passengers from catastrophic injuries or death.

Contact Todd Tracy directly to request a complimentary catastrophic accident case review at the Vehicle Safety Firm.

Or call the Tracy Firm for a consultation at 214-324-9000.

The Tracy Law Firm is a nationwide law practice dedicated to making cars safer for the public.

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