I was in a car accident, my car rolled 3 -4 times and I was injured. The airbags did not deploy after they had been replaced via an airbag recall.
Please call an attorney for a consult. Many firms, mine included, will do work on auto injury cases on a contingency fee basis.
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Most personal injury attorneys work on a contingency fee basis, so if there is no settlement or judgment, the only thing you may be responsible for is any costs your attorney had to front to move the case forward (payments for your medical bills/reports, for the police report, etc.).
Use the "Find a lawyer" link at the top of the screen for the names of some personal injury attorneys in your area.
Please do not message me for further advice or call my former law firm if you have any further questions. If you are in need of an attorney to assist you, please search for another attorney in the jurisdiction involved in your case, as I am now retired, and my former law firm is no longer handling these types of cases. I am active on AVVO and answer questions only as a public service at this point.
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Most personal injury attorneys handle cases on a contingency fee basis - meaning they only charge a fee if they obtain a settlement or verdict in your favor. Based on the information above, you may have a products liability case which has a different statute of limitations than an automobile collision, so it is important that you contact an attorney as soon as possible.
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