Dangerous product defects cause thousands of serious, and even fatal injuries every year. When consumers make a purchase, they have a right to assume that their safety will not be put at risk by a product defect.
Recently, the auto manufacturer Volkswagen announced that they would be recalling 91,000 Passat cars due to defective wiring. The faulty wiring in these Passat models is susceptible to corrosion. When these wires corrode, it can allow electrical terminals to come into contact with water. This can potentially lead to dangerous vehicle fires and severe injuries to motorists.
The vehicle models affected by this recall are Volkswagen Passat cars with diesel engines. Affected vehicles were manufactured between 2012 and 2014.
If you own or lease one of these vehicles, the U.S Department of Transportation has a tool that allows you to search for your car using the Vehicle Identification Number. Click here and enter your car’s VIN number to see if you and your family have been impacted by this recent vehicle recall.
When manufacturers do not properly test their products or fail to warn consumers about potential dangers, they put consumers at risk. At Graves McLain, we care deeply about the safety of our clients. That is why we work hard to hold product manufacturers responsible for their negligent behavior.
At Graves McLain, our Tulsa Defective Product lawyers have helped thousands of clients that were hurt due to defective cars, products, prescription drugs, and medical devices. We have years of experience handling these complex cases, and we stand up to large manufacturers in order to get our clients the full and fair compensation they deserve.
If you or a loved one has been seriously injured by a defective product, automobile, prescription drug, or medical device, call Graves McLain right away at 918-359-6600.
When you call, you will speak with one of our experienced Tulsa, Oklahoma Product Liability attorneys absolutely FREE. We will investigate every detail of your claim and fight hard to ensure that your rights are protected. Your case and your injuries are serious to us. At Graves McLain, we treat them that way.
At Graves McLain, you will never pay an attorney’s fee up front. We take all cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that we don’t get paid until you do.
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