Car accidents are a regular occurrence in Orange County. While air bags often save lives in a car accident, they can also severely harm drivers and passengers when they fail to deploy in a car accident or randomly deploy without any warning.
If you have suffered injury or the death of another due to the defective deployment of an airbag, you should immediately consult with an Orange County car accident attorney at Gill Law Group, PC. Our firm routinely handles claims and lawsuits stemming from negligence or wrongdoing.
In the case of airbag injuries, the fault may lie with the following:
Our firm can conduct a thorough investigation into your situation to determine who may be held liable for your injuries or losses.
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Crash sensors in airbag devices are responsible for triggering this life-saving equipment. When activated, the sensor causes the airbag to be inflated quickly. The airbag is filled with a type of gas and will deploy in less than a second. This sudden inflation is usually accompanied by chemicals and dust and, because of the speed of the deployment, can cause an impact to occupants which results in injuries. Problems which can occur with airbag deployment include:
When an airbag deploys unexpectedly and without reason, it disrupts the driver's ability to function and which can shock or injure individuals who are not expecting it. Because of the enormous speed of airbag deployment, injuries can include:
Anyone sitting too close to the dashboard or the steering wheel may sustain head or eye injuries on a sudden deployment. Fatalities can even occur due to the speed and force of deployment.
Injuries or deaths connected with malfunctioning airbag equipment may lead to personal injury claims. To find out if your case is based on negligence, you need an attorney who can investigate and review the situation to determine who may or may not be liable. Contact our firm to arrange to speak to an attorney about your case as soon as possible. Your initial consultation is free.