West Virginia Auto Defect Lawyers

Experienced Morgantown Auto Defects Injury Attorneys 

Every component of an automobile sold to the America public is manufactured and installed under the strictest product safety guidelines. An automotive part or system that fails at highway speeds can result in a catastrophic accident causing serious injuries or death.

Automotive components are often manufactured by corporations under subcontract to large automotive manufacturers. The primary contractor, Ford for instance, is responsible for overseeing the crashworthiness and safety of the product but the manufacturer and subcontractors for smaller individual components may share liability for damages in the event of a failure that caused injury or death. Investigating the cause of the failure and the responsibility for quality control requires knowledge of manufacturing laws and insurance policies that cover the manufacturing corporations.

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At the Robinette Legal Group, our West Virginia auto defect attorneys take our job to litigate automotive parts safety very seriously. If you have been injured in a car accident caused by a defective auto part or system, such as brakes or steering, talk to one of our experienced Morgantown auto defects injury lawyers as soon as possible. Time is an important factor during the initial investigation. Manufacturers may change or destroy safety and quality control records.

Our Morgantown auto defects injury attorneys have represented corporate interests and insurance companies in a large number of product liability cases, including claims involving defective auto parts. We know the tactics the parts manufacturers and auto companies use to hide their liability. When you have an experienced attorney from Robinette Legal Group on your side, you can be confident that you will receive vigorous, intelligent representation with a focus on seeking the highest possible damages for your injuries or wrongful death claim.

We represent clients in all types of defective auto parts claims, including injuries and wrongful death resulting from

  • Rollover accidents, roof crush injuries
  • Seatbelt failure, seat back failure
  • Carbon monoxide poisoning from exhaust leaks
  • Airbag injuries
  • Defective doors, windows and door locks
  • Brake failure, steering system failure
  • Tire tread defects, tire mounting errors

Resources to Handle the Most Complex Medical Injuries

We have experience representing clients in the most complex wrongful death and catastrophic injury claims resulting from auto defect accidents, including spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, fractures, burns and permanent disfigurement.

Contact our offices in Morgantown, West Virginia, to arrange a free consultation with an attorney on our team.