Making a New York Defective Vehicle Claim Before a Recall


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3/18/2011
The Pagan Law Firm, P.C.
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Just because a car recall has not yet been issued does not mean that a car is not defective. Often, recalls occur after several defects have been reported and an auto maker is left with no other choice.

Despite the lack of an official recall, you and your New York defective vehicle attorney can still make a defective vehicle claim. In order to be successful in your claim, you and your lawyer will need to prove that:
  • Your car was defective.
  • The defect caused an accident.
  • The accident resulted in injuries or fatalities.

Car companies know that recalls are going to cost them a lot of money. They are going to have to fix their mistakes and deal with the bad publicity that accompanies a recall. That is none of your concern.
If you and your New York defective vehicle lawyer can prove that it was a problem with your vehicle, and not driver error or external factors such as road conditions, that caused your crash, you may be entitled to damages.

For more information about your specific case, please contact a New York injury lawyer at 1-800-PAGAN-911.

Category: Defective Vehicle Accidents


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