Vehicle Design / Crashworthiness

Modified on 2009/10/14 21:42 by admin
The manner in which your car or truck is designed and manufactured can have a profound effect on your ability to survive a serious automobile accident. Unfortunately, not all carmakers put safety first. While the best designs may cost more, there should be no sacrifice in a vehicle's integrity in order to increase automakers' profits. There are many examples of poor vehicle design, from the infamous Ford Pinto of the 1970s, the Suzuki Samurai of the 1980s and the questionable Ford Explorer of the late 1990s.

If you have been seriously injured because of a poorly designed automobile or a defective component part, it may be important to contact an attorney who can help you protect your legal rights. Please keep in mind that there may be time limits within which you must commence suit.

See Also

  1. 15-Passenger Vans: Overview
  2. 1995 Nissan Maxima GXE: Overview
  3. 1998-2003 Dodge Durangos
  4. 1999-2003 General Motors Pickup Trucks - Tailgate Defects
  5. 2002 Toyota Sienna Minivan: Overview
  6. 2003 & 2004 Honda CR-V SUVs
  7. Automobiles & Other Vehicles
  8. Bronco II
  9. Ford Explorer
  10. Ford F-150: Overview
  11. Ford Fire Defect
  12. Ford SUVs & Pickup Trucks - Door Latches
  13. Mitsubishi Montero: Overview
  14. Pro Tech Cab Guards
  15. Anxiety Disorders & Panic Attacks: Overview
  16. Blindness
  17. Breathing: Overview
  18. Broken Bones: Overview
  19. Bruises: Overview
  20. Burns: Overview
  21. Dislocation: Overview
  22. Head & Brain Injury
  23. Heart Attack Lawsuits
  24. Liver Problems
  25. Mouth & Dental Disorders: Overview
  26. Scars: Overview
  27. Spinal Cord Injury
  28. Wounds: Overview
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