Here’s Why The Automotive Industry Does Not Want Todd Tracy to Examine your Vehicle.
Todd Tracy is a nationally recognized auto safety expert, car accident lawyer, and bus accident lawyer dedicated to forcing automakers to design safer vehicles and holding them accountable for his clients. He builds a legal case for your lawsuit by linking severe injuries or deaths suffered in a car crash or a bus accident to the failure of the vehicle’s safety systems.
For example, if a door flies open in a rollover car accident and the driver or passenger is ejected, it is usually a sign that the vehicle crashworthiness safety systems such as the door latch or seat belts failed.
We don’t care who CAUSED the accident.
We focus on who caused the INJURIES.
Automakers may be legally responsible, if the vehicle’s occupant protection systems failed to keep the driver and passengers safe from serious injury or death.
Todd Tracy uses a three-step-process of EXAMINE, EXPOSE, EFFECT to help bring closure to his client’s tragedy.
Step 1. EXAMINE
Keep The Wrecked Vehicle!
Your wrecked vehicle is critically important to determine whether or not there are grounds to file a lawsuit against the vehicle manufacturer. If you sign a release for the insurance company to settle your property damage claim and dispose of the vehicle, you will lose vital evidence needed for a lawsuit. It makes it nearly impossible for us to represent you.
The vehicle involved in the accident holds the “evidence” needed to prove that a safety failure occurred. The severe injuries or deaths may have been caused by an unsafe design or weak structural materials that failed. Think in terms of a popular TV crime show such as NCIS. The wrecked vehicle is like a body that provides forensic evidence in a murder case. We will need to conduct a “vehicle autopsy”.
The Tracy Law Firm will transport your wrecked vehicle to its Crash Lab in Dallas, Texas at no cost to you. Todd along with his team of engineers and product liability lawyers at the Tracy Law firm will examine the vehicle to determine if there are grounds to sue the car manufacturer or a car dealership for safety failures. For example, we have recovered financial damages from car dealers because they failed to reconnect the airbags after a repair and the occupants (our clients) were later killed when the airbags did not deploy in a car crash.
In the event that you have released your wrecked vehicle to the insurance company, we can often track it down. Please watch the following video to learn the four things that you need to do protect your legal rights after a serious auto accident.