Defective Auto Product Lawsuits
Auto manufacturers do not like to recall their products. In fact, there are millions of unsafe vehicles on the road today because auto makers do not want to bear the expense and bad publicity involved with a product recall. Many victims of these practices suffer serious, catastrophic injuries. Some even suffer wrongful death.
At Rheingold Giuffra Ruffo & Plotkin LLP, our New York auto defects attorneys help people who have been harmed by defective cars and trucks, which includes auto components such as faulty air bags and seat belts. We understand the hardships our clients are facing, and we are prepared to help.
Have you or someone close to you been harmed by a defective automobile or auto component? Contact us online or via telephone at (888) 260-0473 to speak with a knowledgeable New York product liability lawyer.
Serving Clients Nationwide
Holding Auto Manufacturers Accountable
We handle a wide range of auto products liability cases, including those involving:
- Cab-Over-Engine Trucks
- Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
- Crashworthiness/ Stability Control
- Defective Seat Belts & Air Bags
- GM Ignition Switch Failure
- Roof crush and rollover
- Takata Airbag Explosions
- Defective tires
- Defective child car seats
- Sudden unintended acceleration
Our decades of experience litigating these cases have given our team invaluable insight on where to start looking in order to quickly uncover the cause of an accident. We work with experienced investigators that tirelessly research every possible reason for a malfunction and make sure the right people are held accountable.
Take Dangerous Automobiles Off the Streets
Malfunctioning auto parts put everyone at risk. Auto manufactures reluctant to fix the issue can result in injuries and death to hundreds of innocent people. It is always worth consulting with a New York auto defect attorney after something goes wrong with a vehicle- be it yours or someone who hit you on the road because of bad machinery. With Rheingold Giuffra Ruffo & Plotkin LLP's free consultations, you can find out if your case can help put an end to a defective piece of equipment once and for all.