Improper Maintenance & Defective Product Accidents
When a piece of equipment fails on a motorcycle or bicycle, the failure can easily lead to a serious accident. Sometimes, the equipment itself is fine, but the maintenance performed on the vehicle was improper. Accidents caused by maintenance or product defects are often attributed to riders, even though the fault is not theirs.Injured Due to Defective Motorcycle or Bicycle Equipment?
At the law firm of Corsiglia McMahon & Allard, L.L.P. our San Jose defective equipment attorneys have substantial experience in product liability cases. We are nationally recognized for our work in personal injury law. We have the resources and experience necessary to pursue claims against product manufacturers, distributors, retailers and any other party that played a role in putting you in harm’s way. If you have been injured in a motorcycle or bicycle accident and believe that defective products or faulty maintenance played a role, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We can discuss your options in a free initial consultation; call (408) 289-1417.Motorcycle and Bicycle Equipment Failures
There are many vital components that play a role in keeping riders safe. A failure in any one of those components can be catastrophic. We can help people who were injured in any type of product liability matter, including those involving:
- Defective tires
- Defective brakes
- Throttle defects
- Motorcycle helmet defects
- Bicycle helmet defects
- Improperly installed tires
Even if a product failure does not cause the accident, such as in the case of a defective helmet, products liability law can be used to obtain compensation for injuries that were made more severe by the defect. It takes an experienced and knowledgeable attorney to find every available source of compensation and ensure that you get the results you deserve.Contact Our San Jose Personal Injury Attorneys
If you believe that defective equipment or maintenance was a factor in your bicycle or motorcycle crash, you need to speak to one of our attorneys as soon as possible. Contact us today to schedule your free initial consultation; call (408) 289-1417.