News stories about defective Takata airbags, runaway Toyota Camrys and dangerous GM ignition switches show us that not all cars or trucks are built the same. Some have inherent dangerous defects that cause serious, life threatening harm.
SGB attorneys have handled every sort of automotive defect from bad airbags and seat belts to Ford Explorer rollovers, roof crush, weak Hyundai seat backs, defective doors and latches, structural defects and deadly gasoline fires in cars and trucks built by General Motors, Ford and Chrysler, including nearly a dozen gasoline fires in GM trucks with side-mounted fuel tanks. The automobile industry defends these cases fiercely, but SGB fights even harder than they do.
If you or your loved ones have been injured in a vehicle you think might be defective, call SGB. Our legal team and consulting experts will do whatever it takes to bring you justice.
You want answers. You’ve come to SGB; you’ve come to the right place.
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SGB attorneys have deep experience with and knowledge of product liability cases, which can be very complex. In recall cases, the defendants are often huge multinational companies. We have taken on these giants—and won—in a variety of claims. We investigate our cases thoroughly and work with nationally recognized experts. And our opponents know we have the resources to take a case to trial if settling is not in the best interest of our clients.
In some recall cases, it is hard to know whether a problem you’re having is related to a defect in the recalled automobile or auto part. SGB attorneys ask targeted questions to help you determine whether you have been harmed by a recalled product. Learn what you can do to help your case.
Sometimes, exposure to defective products occurs at the workplace. SGB’s team includes experienced employment law attorneys who can help sort out issues of workplace exposure.
Confidential settlement in a case against an automobile manufacturer regarding a defective airbag.
Confidential settlement in a case against an automobile manufacturer regarding an electronic malfunction causing sudden unintended acceleration.
Confidential settlement in a case against an automobile manufacturer regarding a defective dual fuel tank.
DISCLAIMER: This is the fine print, but our fine print is regular size and in clear language. These client quotes and settlement/verdict figures are examples of the results we have obtained for others. Their cases were different from yours, so your result is sure to be different. We post these results for you to see that we have a track record of hard work, client service, and trial success. We won’t guarantee the results of your case, but we will guarantee to bring the same passion, skill, and experience when we fight for you.