Elmer’s Glue May Be Good For My Kid’s Craft Projects — But Not The Car They Ride Inside

In this shocking revelation, Auto Safety Expert and Crashworthiness Attorney Todd Tracy exposes how some carmakers are GLUING roofs together.


Hello, I’m Todd Tracy with the Tracy law firm in Dallas, Texas, with another Todd Talk. Today I want to talk to you about the concept of vehicle structure. Most of us believe that when you buy a vehicle, that your vehicle has robust structure that is held together with ultra-strength steel, with bolts and screws. But believe it or not, many of the components that hold some of the most important safety systems on your vehicle are not welded, bolted, or screwed together. In fact, this is a roof panel on an American vehicle, on a 2013 vehicle, and you will notice that the vehicle’s roof panel has completely separated. Why is that? Because the vehicle manufacturers are now going to an adhesive product.
I don’t know about you, but when my children are in art class, using Elmer’s glue on their crafts project, that’s fine for a crafts project. Using Elmer’s glue to hold our vehicle structure together is not something I want for my family and I know you don’t want it to protect your family. If you or a loved one are involved in an accident, and your roof structure does not perform properly and someone is seriously injured or killed, I hope that you will consider the Tracy Law Firm in Dallas, Texas, because we sue vehicle manufacturers every day and have for the last 30 years. Thank you.

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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