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Class Action Topics: Defective Products

Auto Defect Class Action Attorneys Representing Clients Nationwide

Nationwide Defective Car Attorneys for Consumer Protection and Class Action Lawsuits

The nation's highways and roads can be dangerous places where the combination of speed and weight causes many thousands of injuries and deaths each year. Unsafe and defective cars and automobile components only add to the danger that motorists face. Auto defects can cause catastrophic and fatal injuries to both drivers and passengers of the defective vehicles and to other drivers who must share the road with defective cars. Holding manufacturers and distributors accountable for these defects can help victims recover compensation for their injuries. Exposing auto defects may also help create safer roadways in the future.

At the law firm of Quantum Legal LLC, based in Chicago, Illinois, our attorneys work hard to uphold the rights of North American consumers and to protect consumers from dangerous products, including defective motor vehicles. Since 1999, our lawyers have recovered millions of dollars in class action lawsuits. We are committed to helping our clients get the compensation they deserve while improving the marketplace and the roadways for everyone.

If you or a loved one has been injured by a poorly designed or carelessly made vehicle, contact us at Quantum Legal LLC to speak with us about your situation. Send us an e-mail or call us toll free 866-779-9610. We represent clients throughout the United States, including Illinois, California, Colorado, New York and New Jersey. We also represent Canadian citizens in Canadian consumer class action lawsuits.

Dangerous Cars and Auto Parts: Safety Defects in Motor Vehicles

Most automobiles and other vehicles are safely designed and manufactured, but when problems occur, it is the manufacturer's responsibility to recall dangerous vehicles and to uphold auto warranties that are sold to their customers. In addition to the vehicle manufacturer, other liable parties may include the vehicle dealership or the manufacturer of the defective component parts.

There are many examples of safety defects in automobiles and auto parts that can cause accidents and serious injuries, including:

  • Steering problems, resulting in partial or complete loss of vehicle control
  • Fuel leaks and fuel system problems
  • Cracked wheels or blown tires
  • Malfunctioning windshield wiper assemblies
  • Seats and seat backs that fail during use
  • Child safety seat defects
  • Air bags that do not deploy or deploy under poor conditions
  • Wiring system problems
  • Defective braking systems and accelerators

At Quantum Legal LLC, our auto defect class action lawyers can provide experienced representation for product defect cases involving these and other problems in automobiles. Learn more about our past notable cases, recent settlements and current investigations.

Contact Quantum Legal LLC and Learn About Your Rights

Product liability laws are complex, and the process of investigating and litigating an auto defect class action case requires dedication, experience and sustained effort by knowledgeable attorneys. If you have questions about your rights after an accident caused by a defective vehicle or auto component, contact us. At Quantum Legal LLC, we can educate you about your rights and how auto defect class action lawsuits have helped thousands of people across the United States obtain the compensation they deserve. Contact us by e-mail or by calling us at 866-779-9610 to speak with us about your situation.

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