Car seats are designed to remain intact during an automobile accident in order to protect the passengers. When a seat back fails, it can lead to severe injuries including paralysis or spinal cord injuries. If a seat back fails and leads to your injury, you may have a product liability claim for your injury. We handle automotive defective product cases. Let us know if we can help you.

Doyle Law represents individuals that are seriously injured by a defective product or as a result of another's negligence. We handle automotive product defect claims such as airbag failures, seatbelt failures, seat back failures, rollovers, and weak roof cases if an injury results. If you have been injured or a loved one was seriously injured or killed as a result of one of these defects, we'd like to evaluate your potential claims.

Injured in an accident when your seat back failed? Call Doyle Law at (205) 533-9500 - An Alabama personal injury and product liability law firm.

What are seat backs?

A seat back is the upright portion of an automobile seat. It should be able to keep the vehicle's passengers safe by reducing the momentum an individual experiences during a collision, preventing the occupant from impacting the interior or, even worse, being completely ejected from the vehicle.

What are the dangers associated with defective seat backs?

Lack of strength is the biggest danger posed by some seat back designs. A seat back failure can interfere with the restraint system, allowing vehicle occupants to impact rear seat objects in rear-impact collisions, because they are not properly restrained. In some instances, passengers can be completely ejected from the vehicle when they are able to slide out from under the safety restraints due to the seat back failure. Also, a front row seat back collapse can injure the rear seat passengers during rear-impact collisions, because the rear seat occupants can become trapped underneath the collapsed seat back.

Despite repeated requests from consumer groups and independent safety engineers, automobile manufacturers have done little to increase seat back strength over the past several decades.

What can I do if I have been injured by an defective seat back?

If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury as the result of a seat back malfunction or failure, you may be entitled to monetary compensation.

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Alabama Defective Seat Back Lawsuits and Legal Representation

The defective seat back injury lawyers at Doyle Law have a proven track record of success in helping our clients obtain compensation for injuries resulting from defective products like certain seat backs.

Our experienced team of legal professionals and Alabama Seat Back Injury Attorneys have been helping victims of defective products for years. We are dedicated to achieving real justice for our clients and we can assure them that we will work diligently to achieve the best result possible.

Contact Alabama Defective Seat Back Injury Attorneys

Filing a defective seat back lawsuit can help victims and their families affected by the defective product recover the financial compensation necessary to pay for expensive treatment and long term care. Do not wait another day and risk losing your claim.

Alabama has a two year statute of limitations on filing certain product liability and personal injury claims. It takes time to acquire medical records, employment records, and draft pleadings, so please do not delay in contacting us if you have any concern that your injury may have been caused by a defective seat back.