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Defective Auto Glass Lawyers

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that drivers and passengers who are fully or partially ejected from their car, truck or SUV are three times more likely to die in an automobile accident than those who were restrained inside the vehicle.

Defective auto glass can play a major role in allowing occupant ejection in auto collisions and rollover accidents. In combination with a seat, seat belt or air bag failure, an auto glass defect can turn a survivable accident into a fatal disaster.

Did you suffer catastrophic injury or lose a loved due to defective auto glass? The experienced trial attorneys of Miller Weisbrod, LLP, can help you determine your real options to hold negligent automakers and auto part manufacturers accountable for your losses. For more information, contact us today.

Holding Corporations Accountable for Their Negligence

Laminated glass in vehicles has been used to limit occupant injury and death since the 1950's. Most windshields are now required by federal statute to be made of laminated glass. Upon impact, the glass may break, but the laminate material is designed to keep the occupant in the vehicle.

While a laminated glass windshield may help prevent occupant ejection in rear-end or head-on collisions, it does little to protect drivers and passengers in other scenarios such as rollover or roof crush accidents. This is largely because the big automakers refuse to make side windows out of laminated glass to save on the relatively small additional cost it would cause.

Our lawyers are recognized as national leaders in the fight to hold the auto industry to account for the accidents, injuries and wrongful deaths that can occur as a result of corporate negligence or greed. We believe that no minor cost savings should ever take priority over the lives of American consumers. Our capable attorneys welcome the opportunity to take on automakers who continue use dangerous or defective auto glass.

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If you were injured or a loved one died in an accident and you believe unsafe or defective auto glass is at least partly to blame, we invite you to contact our Dallas offices at 214.987.0005 to discuss your rights and legal options with an experienced trial lawyer.

We offer free initial consultations to potential clients nationwide. If you are calling from outside the DFW Metroplex, please use our toll-free line at 888.987.0005 or contact us by e-mail to schedule an appointment.