Arizona Defective Car Lawyers

Voted Best Lawyer | 99% Success Rate* | No Fees Until You Win*

Defects can occur in cars, trucks, buses and motorcycles. Just because a vehicle is not recalled by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) or a manufacturer does not mean it is safe.

The following is a list of some types of automobile defects that may result in a legal claim for compensation:

  • SUV rollover propensity (for example, the Ford Explorer)
  • Tire defects (for example, Firestone tires)
  • Seat failures
  • Brake shift interlock failures
  • Defective child safety seats
  • Defective door latches
  • Fuel fed fires
  • Roof crush
  • Defective ignition and stalling
  • Defective seat belts and airbags
  • Sudden acceleration

If you or a loved one have been injured by a vehicle that may be defective, give Adam Studnicki a call or fill out the contact form on this page. Adam is here to help.

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    * IMPORTANT: Our “99% success rate” is based on personal injury cases that resulted in a settlement (in any amount) or a trial/arbitration result in favor of our clients. Matters where the lawyer or client terminated representation before the conclusion of the matter are excluded from this calculation. “No fees until you win” means that we take injury cases on a contingency fee basis. Past results cannot predict or guarantee future outcomes. Every case is unique, and every case involves risk including the risk of loss. If there is a loss, you may have to pay opposing parties’ attorney fees and costs.

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