If you have been injured in a car accident that was not your fault, you may be wondering who is responsible for your injuries. In some cases, the manufacturer of the car may be held liable for damages that result from the accident. In this blog post, we will discuss when a manufacturer can be held liable for a car accident.

Manufacturer Liability

Manufacturer liability for car accidents typically comes down to two issues: negligence and product liability.

If the manufacturer was negligent in designing or building the car, they can be held legally responsible for any injuries that result from their negligence. This includes a failure to design safe brakes, faulty steering mechanisms, defective tires, and other dangerous flaws that can lead to an accident.

The second issue is product liability. Product liability laws hold manufacturers liable when a defective part of the vehicle causes an accident. In these cases, the manufacturer could be liable for damages even if they were not directly at fault for the accident itself. Examples of this include airbag and seatbelt failures, faulty gas tanks or fuel lines, unevenly worn tires, and more.

In both cases, the injured party must be able to prove the manufacturer was responsible for their injuries in order to hold them liable. If you have been involved in a car accident, it is important to consult with an experienced personal injury lawyer from The Kalka Law Group – Personal Injury & Car Accident Attorneys who can help you determine if a manufacturer is responsible for your damages and fight for you to receive full compensation.

It is worth noting there are certain circumstances where the driver or owner of the vehicle may also be held responsible for a car accident caused by a defective part. For example, if they were aware of the defect but knowingly chose not to repair or replace it, or did not properly maintain the vehicle as required, then they may also be held liable for any resulting injuries.

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