Drivers have a legal duty to drive carefully, observe posted speed limits, and obey traffic laws. When drivers act responsibly, they usually avoid causing a severe motor vehicle accident. However, there are thousands of accidents that occur that are not the fault of the drivers involved in the crash.
Defective auto parts and poor mechanic workmanship cause many motor vehicle accidents. If you or a family member have been injured in an accident caused by a defective car part or repair shop error, call Montlick Injury Attorneys to discuss your case with one of our experienced car accident lawyers. We will review the facts of your case for free and explain your potential legal right to financial compensation.
When you or a loved one has been injured due to repair shop negligence, your attorney will need to prove that the mechanic or repair shop acted negligently and that the faulty repair or defective part caused the accident. You might be entitled to compensation if you or a loved one sustained injuries and other damages due to that accident.
The following factors must also be considered when assessing the liability of a vehicle repair shop:
The Type of Repair Company: While a repair shop can have a legal duty to inform clients and fix the mechanical issues that constitute safety problems, the responsibilities will vary depending on the type of repair shop. For example, auto dealerships owe their customers the most duty of care, so the service department must inform customers of all recalls and service bulletins.
Type of Auto Repair Performed: Most repair shops offer specific services, such as tire, brake, or transmission service. So, it is important to understand the scope of the services provided by a repair shop. In some cases, if a company performs one service, it is not liable for accidents caused by unrelated repairs. For example, if an auto repair shop was hired to repair a cracked windshield, that shop would probably not be expected to notice and report to the vehicle owner of worn brake pads. However, the auto repair shop or mechanic could be required to find and report any mechanical problems that are in a reasonable vicinity of the repairs they are undertaking at the request of the customer. In accident cases, the nature of the repair work is as important as the location of the repair work performed.
If a defective part or substandard work on your vehicle caused your motor vehicle accident, you can speak with one of our experienced auto accident attorneys to protect your legal rights 24/7.
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