Alabama Auto Defects Attorney
Defective Air Bag – Welding Failure – Defective Door Latch-
Some items are expected to occasionally function improperly or break without warning. A car is not one of them. If you have been seriously injured by a defective automobile component in Alabama, an auto defects lawyer at Hollis, Wright, and Couch, P.C., is ready to take your case. Contact the firm online or call toll free 888-496-2271 to schedule a free initial consultation and detailed assessment of your situation.
Attorneys at Hollis, Wright, and Couch, P.C., bring over 100 years of combined experience in auto defects and drug defects litigation to the practice. They have aggressively fought for the rights of clients in a wide variety of cases involving:
- Defective seat belts
- Defective air bags
- Defective door latches
- Welding failure, seam defects, and structural integrity problems
- Car seat back collapse defects
- Tire failure
- Inadvertent deployment of Ford F1 F250 Airbags
- Vicks Sinex Nasal Spray: Bacteria Found in Vicks Sinex Nasal Spray. Procter & Gamble announced a recall in three countries (the United States, Germany and the United Kingdom) on November 20, 2009. The burkholderia cepacia (B. cepacia) bacteria can cause permanent injury and death especially in patients with Cystic Fibrosis.
If you are interested in speaking with an Alabama drug defects attorney or auto defects lawyer about an SUV rollover, an air bag that failed to deploy, or an F150 recall vehicle, call us toll-free 888-496-2271 or contact Hollis, Wright, and Couch, P.C., Attorneys at Law, online to schedule a free initial consultation. The firm works on a contingency fee basis, so there is never a legal fee unless you are compensated for your injuries. Evening and weekend appointments are available, in addition to standard office hours, for your convenience.