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Defective Airbags Can Injure Motorists in Atlanta Auto Accidents

Defective Airbags Can Injure Motorists in Atlanta Auto Accidents

Defective Airbags Can Injure Motorists in Atlanta Auto Accidents

It is hard to imagine that something we count on in an emergency may not work. Airbags are often an effective system, providing safety and protection to drivers and passengers in Atlanta auto accidents. However, airbags also have been known to not work properly - resulting in a defective airbag system.

When an airbag system is defective, injuries and fatalities may result from a serious Georgia car crash. Defective airbags could be the result of:

  • Cheap materials
  • Inadequate sensors
  • Poorly designed deployment mechanisms
  • Defects in design
  • Poor manufacturing

Even if an airbag deploys at the right time, there are still several types of airbags that could cause serious injuries to motorists:

  • Oversized airbags: When an oversized airbag deploys and comes into contact with the person, it can cause brain and head injuries.
  • Front-mounted airbags: An airbag deploys rapidly and can cause serious injuries if it opens towards the passenger instead of upward towards the windshield.
  • Under-inflated airbags: When an airbag fails to inflate to its full size, serious injuries may occur.

If you were injured in an Atlanta car crash due to a defective airbag, you may be able to hold automakers responsible for their defective airbag system. When a product causes harm, it could have been poorly designed. Talk to a skilled Atlanta personal injury lawyer today to see if you have a case. Protect your rights by calling Georgia accident attorney Tony Kalka at Kalka & Baer for your free legal consultation.


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