5 Reasons To Sue A Carmaker For Severe Injury And Wrongful Death When There Is Not Enough Insurance To Cover Damages

Unfortunately there may not be enough insurance coverage to pay the victims of a serious car crash for: medical bills, pain and suffering,  loss of eyesight or loss a limb, paralysis, loss of income and the future costs of being permanently disabled . Don’t lose hope! You can recover more money for traumatic injury or wrongful death if a vehicle safety defect caused the injuries.

Car accident lawyer and vehicle safety expert Todd Tracy sues vehicle manufacturers for product liability and wrongful death when his client’s cars fail to protect the driver or its occupants in car accidents. Cars, SUV’s and pickup trucks sold in the United States are supposed to be crashworthy.

If there is not enough insurance money to cover your damages, watch this Todd Talks Safety video to see why you may have a motor vehicle accident lawsuit against a vehicle manufacturer or a car dealer.

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Hello I’m Todd Tracy with the Tracy Law Firm in Dallas, Texas and I’m here in my Crash Lab today.

If you or a family member suffered a catastrophic injury or a family member has been in a fatal car accident and there’s insufficient insurance coverage you need to consider suing the vehicle manufacturer.

Each of these cases behind me, each of these vehicles behind me is a motor vehicle accident case that we are handling against the vehicle manufacturer.

If you were involved in a rollover accident and your roof crushes, you need to sue the car manufacturer.

If you were involved in a rear end collision – rear ended – rear end accident, and a car fire kills or seriously injure someone, you need to sue the vehicle manufacturer.

If you’re involved in a rear end collision and your seatback fails or collapses, and you or a loved one in the rear seat are seriously injured or killed, you need to sue the vehicle manufacturer.

If you’re involved in a front end collision, or a T bone accident or broadside collision and the airbags fail to deploy, you need to sue the vehicle manufacturer.

If you or a family member has suffered a catastrophic injury or death, and there’s insufficient insurance coverage, there is an option and that’s suing the vehicle manufacturer.

My firm has handled 2,700 personal injury and product liability cases against vehicle manufacturers, and I have tried 142, vehicle defect cases around the country.


5 Reasons To Sue An Automaker For Severe Injury and Wrongful Death

Most people don’t know that they can sue car manufacturers, bus manufacturers and 18-wheeler truck manufacturers for unsafe vehicles that cause wrongful death or serious personal injury in car accidents.

Personal injury lawyer Todd Tracy focuses on “Who Caused The Serious Car Accident Injuries or Death” — not who caused the accident. Even if you may be at fault in the cause of the accident such loosing control on an icy or wet surface, you still may have a case if your vehicle’s safety systems failed to protect you.  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.

If you, a family member or a friend have suffered a traumatic car accident injury or they were killed in an auto accident, you need to contact a car accident lawyer with a successful record in court for fighting the world’s biggest car companies.

Contact Todd Tracy here to “Find Out If You Have A Case” or call 214-324-9000.

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