Driving around on Florida's streets and highways is dangerous enough without having to worry about your own car causing an issue. However, the threat is real as anyone can see from the recalls that have taken place over the last decade or so, and they don't look to be going away any time soon. For instance, readers are likely to remember hearing about the Takata airbag or GM ignition switch recalls in the news. They both led to a substantial amount of injuries and deaths.
When cars make into the hands of consumers, they are supposed to be safe and secure. Still, sometimes, a bad unit slips through the cracks. Loss of life and wounds are both possibilities when dealing with car crashes. If you or a loved one sustain injuries, or wrongful death occurs, you may be entitled to fair compensation for the damages. Attempting to tackle the matters alone can be stressful and overwhelming though. All Injuries Law Firm can help. Our accident lawyers service the southwest Florida areas of...
• Arcadia, Port Charlotte, Punta Gorda
• Englewood, North Port, Venice
• Sarasota And Fort Myers
The team has had great success in representing clients over the years. Don't just take the word of this blog though. Instead, take a peek at our results page to see some of the outcomes for yourself. Manufacturers have legal teams on retainer. They are waiting in the wings to discredit claims, even if their client's product is to blame. These lawyers will go as far as to undermine the plaintiff and try to convince the jury that they are at fault. Don't get taken advantage of in your time of need. Rather, put a proven attorney on your side and get the settlement that you deserve.
Florida Residents Should Know About Recall Number 19S03
Ford Motor Company is expected to begin recalling particular 2017-2019 Lincoln Continental vehicles in March 2019. There are approximately 27,609 units affected. Hence, they can probably be found all across the United States, including right here in Florida. They have door latch pawl motors that might fail to function correctly. What does that mean exactly? Well, the latch assemblies may not engage fully. In turn, the doors can open unexpectedly while driving.
If the event happens, another car can hit the door, a person may fall out of the vehicle, or a number of other issues can arise. Ford is supposed to notify owners of the problem directly. Additionally, certified dealers will replace all four latches on the vehicle free of charge. However, people can also contact the organization's customer service department at 1-866-436-7332 to obtain more information.
How Can A Lawyer Help?
Firstly, our office offers free case reviews so that you don't have to break the bank to find out your legal options. Plus, these types of claims are paid on a contingency fee basis. In other words, the client only pays if compensation is recovered. The team will build a strong case by collecting witness testimonies, gathering police and insurance reports, and getting other evidence as needed. So, don't get stuck paying for expensive medical bills to recover from injuries that were no fault of your own. Instead, contact us today.