Air bags are intended to save lives. They are installed in cars or trucks to be used once and, in many cases, they do the job. Auto air bags, however, are not the soft pillows that they appear to be in television ads. The reality is that they are made of a harsh canvas-like material that explodes into the driver’s face in a few thousandths of a second after an impact occurring at speeds as low as five miles per hour. In fact, the air bag and explosion itself often cause more severe injuries to the driver or passenger than the fender bender might have.
If you have suffered an air bag burn injury from facial abrasions or fractures because of an air bag, you may be entitled to recover compensation for medical treatment, disfigurement or other losses. Zachar Law Firm in Phoenix, Arizona, is ready to help you fight to protect your rights. For over 18 years, attorney Christopher Zachar has been recognized for taking a prominent stance against burn injuries resulting from air bags and other defective automotive parts and safety equipment.
Contact our offices in Phoenix, Arizona, to discuss your burn injury or other serious injury resulting from the gas explosion. Case preparation and a commitment to helping victims of manufacturer’s negligence are the hallmarks of our success. Let us help you recover the maximum compensation that you may be entitled to after an air bag burn injury.
By an air bag manufacturer’s own admission, air bag gas explosions and burn injuries can seriously injure or kill a young child. Zachar Law Firm has taken a leading role in litigating cases involving injuries to children. If your child has been injured in a car accident, hire an experienced personal injury trial attorney you can rely on.
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