A horrific car crash on US 75 North Central Expressway in Dallas left a promising young physician a quadriplegic. The flawed roof of the car in which he was a front seat passenger collapsed on his head causing a spinal cord injury. Here’s how we uncovered the safety defect that caused the catastrophic injury. The auto manufacturer settled after seeing the results of our own crash tests.
The Common Spinal Cord Injury Caused By A Rollover Accident
Todd Tracy, Dallas Car Accident Lawyer and Auto Safety Expert, uses a crash test dummy in The Tracy Law Firm’s Crash Lab in this video demonstration of how a rollover auto accident causes a spinal cord injury. When vehicle roofs collapse on the head of the driver or passengers it is often caused by a safety defect in the vehicle’s design. The resulting car accident injuries may include: paralysis of the legs and lower body (paraplegic); or paralysis of both arms and both legs (quadriplegic).
How Seat Back Failures Cause Death & Paralysis in Car Crashes
Todd Tracy, car accident attorney and auto safety expert, shows how the failure of the seat back my be grounds for an auto accident lawsuit against the carmaker if occupants receive catastrophic injury or they are killed.
If A Door Comes Open In A Car Crash, You May Have A Lawsuit For A Safety Defect
Auto safety expert and car accident lawyer Todd Tracy says the doors on a vehicle should absolutely stay shut in a car crash, especially a rollover accident. If door latches fail causing death or traumatic injury, find out your legal rights.