Cleveland Defective Automobiles Lawyer
Defective Products Firm Serving Ohio. 75+ Years’ Experience.
Defective products don’t just include small tools, children’s toys, or household items. An automobile can also be considered a defective product. Unfortunately, unlike smaller defective products, the damage in defective automobile cases can be much more devastating and tragic. Defective vehicles can result in life-changing injuries or even fatalities.
Have you or a loved one suffered damages due to an auto defect? It is important to retain the qualified help of a Cleveland defective product attorney. Our experienced team can help you determine what your best options are and how to go about pursuing compensation.
Want to find out more about defective automobile cases? Start by calling (216) 600-0114!
Common Automobile Defects
Vehicle recalls happen when the manufacturer, public, or other entity notices a problem with a certain vehicle and the manufacturer is seeking to resolve it. Unfortunately, by the time a vehicle recall takes place, numerous accidents may have already happened.
Take a look at some of the most common automobile defects:
- Faulty Fuel Tanks
- Defective Engineering
- Tire Problems
- Airbag Issues
- Defective Seat Belts
- Ignition Switch Issues
Spangenberg Shibley & Liber LLP can handle a wide variety of automobile defect accidents. When you reach out to our firm, we exhaustively investigate all the facets of your automobile accident in order to craft a strong and compelling claim on your behalf.
Who Is Responsible for My Defective Automobile?
Generally speaking, automobile claims can be categorized into problems with defective manufacturing or problems with dangerous design. Depending on which problem your automobile accident falls into, our attorneys can help you determine who is responsible for your injuries.
These are a few entities who may be held responsible for your defective automobile:
- Manufacturer – A manufacturer may have incorrectly installed a part or included a broken part in your vehicle. Proof of manufacturer fault must be established to pursue compensation from the company.
- Parts Manufacturer – A parts manufacturer may be included in a manufacturer lawsuit if the defective part was included in the vehicle’s makeup. A replacement part would not fall under this category.
- Middleman – A shipper or other middleman may be held responsible for injury and other damage if it is established that mishandling of the vehicle on their part led to an accident.
- Car dealership – The dealership who sold the vehicle or defective part could be held liable for a defective automobile accident, even if you were not the first buyer.
A skilled defective product lawyer in Cleveland can help you figure out which avenues or combination of options you can pursue to ensure you retain maximum compensation. Our firm is dedicated to your recovery and can help you every step of the way.
Aggressive Advocates. Dedicated Counsel.
Our tenacious and highly experienced injury attorneys can advocate on your behalf and fight for your right to just compensation. Our Cleveland, Ohio firm isn’t intimidated by large manufacturing companies or their teams of lawyers; we have over 75 years of experience and a proven track record of success. Let us get started on your case today! You can trust we will exhaust our resources fighting on your behalf.
Call our office today at (216) 600-0114. Spangenberg is ready to review your case in a free evaluation.
History of Excellence
Our firm has been helping individuals since 1946 and has secured billions of dollars on behalf of our clients.
We go the distance for you and your future fight to obtain maximum compensation on your behalf.
Our trial attorneys have tried hundreds of cases and are not afraid to take your case to trial.
We offer one-on-one attention and detailed counsel. To us you are not just another case number.