Advice from Your Little Rock Car Accident Attorney: Keep on Top of Recalls
Michelin has issued a recall for 1.2 million LTX M/S tires for tread issues. BMW has issued a recall for 76,000 sedans and SUVs for airbag defects. Volkswagen has issued a recall for 66,000 SUVs and hybrid sedans for electrical issues. All of these were in December 2013 alone. The list of vehicle recalls seems to go on and on, with more being added all the time.
Sadly, many people are not made aware of recalls in time and serious injury results before repairs can be made. If you are involved in a car accident caused by a defective vehicle, you need an experienced attorney on your side.
We can Help
The Little Rock car accident attorneys at Duncan Law have decades of experience helping victims of serious injury get justice. We carefully investigate car accidents to identify all contributing factors. When vehicle defects contribute to an accident, we hold negligent companies accountable to help secure the full compensation deserved.
Remember, even when a recall is issued, a company is still liable for injuries caused by defects. We are prepared to take your case and fight for your rights, helping secure the compensation your injuries demand.
To schedule a free consultation with one of our Little Rock car accident attorneys, please contact the Duncan Firm, P.A. today.
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