A Firm With The Resources To Investigate And Resolve Claims Caused By Unintended Acceleration
If your car inexplicably accelerated, causing you to lose control and become injured in a wreck, it’s possible the failure was related to defective parts or design flaws. At Abrams & Abrams, P.A., our team of attorneys has years of experience resolving complex personal injury claims on behalf of victims of defective car parts and safety systems.
Attorneys Who Take Your Case As Seriously As You Do
For individual consumers affected by defective car parts, standing up to large auto manufacturers and their insurers can feel incredibly intimidating. At Abrams & Abrams, P.A., we level the playing field by providing the resources, insight and creativity to help our clients secure the compensation and benefits they are entitled to.
From the outset, we step in and examine the accident report, carry out our own investigations, and determine if defective designs or parts contributed to the cause of the crash. There are numerous probabilities behind an accident: Perhaps the gas pedal or throttle sticks, or an awkwardly designed interior could interfere with a driver’s ability to use the accelerator and cause a sudden acceleration; brake defects could cause a wreck, or electronic failures in the car could cause the driver to lose control.
Although there are plenty of personal injury attorneys and law firms out there, at Abrams & Abrams, P.A., we are a family firm that has built a reputation for helping people recover from their injuries while holding negligent parties accountable. We have seen large corporations and insurance companies shirk responsibility to protect their financial interests. That is why we stand with plaintiffs and aggressively pursue just compensation for:
- Medical bills
- Treatments and therapies
- Permanent disabilities
- Property damages
- Lost wages
- After-life costs
- Pain and suffering
We Stand Up To The Major Auto Manufacturers
At Abrams & Abrams, P.A., we know how to investigate an unexplained auto wreck related to sudden or unintended acceleration. To learn more about how our team of lawyers can help you, contact our Raleigh law office by calling 919-755-9166 or by sending an email via our online contact form.