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Car Fires

When Auto Defects Cause Car Fires

As an industry-leading product liability and personal injury law firm, Lowe Eklund Wakefield Co., LPA represents clients against corporations and businesses that put defective products on the market.  Our attorneys work hard to stay abreast of the latest product defects, technological advances, and risks to unsuspecting consumers.

Our product liability team is currently reviewing all product liability lawsuits stemming from car fires caused by defective motor vehicles and vehicle components.  Contact us for a free consultation now if you or a loved one suffered injuries, burns, or wrongful death as the result of a car or vehicle fire.

Some car fire defects already under review include:

  • Faulty Wiring
  • Vehicle Software Design Errors or Malfunction
  • Ineffective Engine Components
  • Defective Generator Controls

Chevrolet, Buick, and Jeep vehicles have a demonstrated risk of producing a car fire while in operation, but other vehicles may have similar or equal risks of injury.  Any car fire injuries should therefore be brought to the attention of an experienced product liability attorney.

Car Fire Injuries

Car fires can cause a host of serious injuries and may result in fatalities.  Besides obvious risks of burns and suffocation from direct contact with a defect-caused fire, many car fires occur spontaneously while a vehicle is in use.  Crashes, collisions, and rollovers that occur as the result of a sudden car fire are directly attributable to the manufacturer when a defective component has caused the car fire.

Drivers, passengers, and others injured as the result of car fires have the legal right to pursue compensation from all parties responsible, including the vehicle’s manufacturer.  Let our product liability attorneys fight for you against the careless and greedy corporations responsible for your injuries.

If you or your family member were injured or suffered wrongful death as the result of a car fire, you may be entitled to compensation.  Call or email us now for a free consultation regarding your product liability claims.