Leading Defective Vehicle Attorneys Representing Clients Throughout Georgia
At Ashby Thelen Lowry, our Georgia defective vehicle lawyers know that sometimes auto manufacturing failures are obvious, like when your airbags fail to deploy during a collision, causing significant injuries to you and your passengers.
Other times they are hidden from the average person, and the tragic injuries are blamed on the incident itself. This is one of the many reasons that an estimated 80+% of product defect cases are never brought or even evaluated. They are missed altogether, with the survivors left to suffer a lifetime of effects from the hidden defect.
To make matters worse, even when a defect is discovered, manufacturers and their insurance companies fight cases harder than almost any other kind of defendant. They will throw hundreds of thousands — and even millions — of dollars at cases to fight the consumer at every turn.
They will do whatever it takes to make sure that they come out on top, and that you lose. This is why we employ our nation’s top engineering, automotive, and technical experts to examine the product that caused your harm. They help explain to a jury how it happened, and why it should never have happened in the first place.
Our skilled defective vehicle attorneys represent injured clients throughout the state of Georgia because we know how hard it is to get your life back on track after it has been impacted by negligence.
We also know that facing a vehicle manufacturer alone can make you feel anxious, overwhelmed, frustrated, and exhausted.
You need a law firm you can trust to hold these corporate giants accountable for placing you inside a vehicle that could cause significant harm to you and your family.
We have walked this path with other families and have a great reputation in the industry. We have earned our clients’ trust with hard work, frequent communication, and expertise. We can provide the same exceptional legal advice, guidance, and representation for you and your family, starting with a free case review.
Call us today to learn more. We can decide together if we are a good fit for your case, and ensure your voice is heard.
What are the Most Common Types of Vehicle Defects in Georgia?
If you were injured or lost a loved one because of a vehicle defect, you know as well as we do that there is nothing “common” about the traumatic incident. Unfortunately, these scenarios happen more often than vehicle manufacturers will admit.
The most common types of vehicle defects include, but are not limited to:
- Airbag Defects.
- Crash Avoidance Technology.
- Electrical System Defects.
- False Park Defects.
- Fires Caused by Crashes or Internal Defects.
- Rollovers, including Ejection and Roof Crush Injuries.
- Safety System Failures, including Electronic Stability Control.
- Seat Belt Defects.
- Seat Failures and Defects.
- Tire Blowouts.
- Tractor-Trailer Fires Caused by Defective Fuel Tank Exposure.
- Vehicles Allowed to Travel Underneath Tractor-Trailers During Crashes Because of the Unsafe Trailer Design.
Vehicle manufacturers are often some of the most sophisticated manufacturing companies out there. They know what is wrong with their products, and they know how to fix them. But when doing the right thing costs more money than fighting the survivors in court, manufacturers almost always choose to lawyer-up and save money. This is putting profits over public safety, and it’s one of the reasons that we are so passionate about what we do.
When Should I Hire an Experienced Georgia Defective Vehicle Attorney?
There are multiple reasons why defective vehicle victims should have their injuries evaluated by a legal specialist in Georgia.
- When a person was hurt far more than everyone else in the incident or crash.
- When a person was severely injured despite wearing a seat belt.
- When a person was severely injured even though airbags deployed.
- When something seems odd or “off” about the incident or crash in a way that may have made the injuries worse.
- When something happens with a vehicle that should have never happened with a properly working vehicle.
- Unexplained loss of control.
- When a person or any part of their body is ejected from a vehicle, although they were probably wearing their seat belt.
These injurious circumstances can occur in:
- All-Terrain Vehicles.
- Autonomous Vehicles.
- Boats and Other Watercraft
- Commercial Vehicles
- Passenger Vehicles, including Cars, Trucks & SUVs
- Recreational Vehicles
Manufacturers must ensure that their vehicles are safe for drivers, passengers, and the public. When they fail to do so, they should be held accountable — especially when they knew this would happen and did nothing about it. We are not afraid to go after these corporate giants to chase down answers and make sure you get the compensation you deserve.
We often pursue these cases beyond the courtroom to help ensure that manufacturers recall unsafe products and protect others who will be injured in the future. We work with government entities and industry organizations to hold manufacturers accountable to regulators and to their communities.
This is one of many reasons why our work has forced manufacturers to issue four separate recalls in an almost unprecedented fashion in the middle of litigation.
When a client retains us, our goal is to be at their service for life, and that service usually starts at the most awful moment of their life — when they need a catastrophic injury attorney like us.
It is our honor, and our passion, to serve.
Our Georgia Defective Vehicle Law Firm is Here to Help
At Ashby Thelen Lowry, our defective vehicle attorneys in Georgia understand that suffering personal injuries because of negligence is nothing short of life changing — especially when you were traveling in a vehicle that should have helped keep you safe. We want to help you turn the page, and move forward with confidence, starting today.
We deliberately limit the number of cases we take so that we can build relationships with our clients, devote the time that their cases deserve, and make their goals our goals. Together, we have decades of experience in overseeing the most complicated, catastrophic, and meaningful cases on behalf of the most deserving clients.
We have guided our clients and their families through the legal process with precision for over a decade and have procured record-setting verdicts for our clients — because that is what they deserve.
Contact our skilled Georgia defective vehicle lawyers and support team today at (404) 777-7771 or online to schedule a free consultation to determine whether we are a good fit for your case, so we can start pursuing real results together.