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Did my vehicle cause my injury? Ask: Houston injury lawyer

| Oct 31, 2013 | Car Accidents |

People that have been injured in a Texas car accident should ask themselves a series of questions. Of course, the injured person may have to rely on a Texas lawyer to help answer some major questions.

One of the first questions a driver or passenger in a car accident should ask is: Is there anything wrong with the car’s safety systems that may have caused my injury or the death of the passenger?

A Houston personal injury lawyer or a Texas car accident lawyer should ask these questions:

1) Did you check if the airbag deployed late or not at all?

2) Did you check the seatbelts for evidence of unlatching?

3) Did you check to see if a door opened?

4) Did you evaluate roof crush?

5) Did the vehicle catch on fire?

6) Did the seats deform?

It is common for a car or truck’s safety systems to routinely fail during and after truck or car accidents. This can expose people to the risks of serious injuries and death. The make sure that an injured individual has obtained a full recovery an attorney should conduct a crashworthiness evaluation of the vehicle.

It is especially important to ask these questions especially when there are child passengers. Motor vehicle accidents are dangerous for any passenger in a car. But a child lack’s the size that adults carry. Because of the lack of size, children may be more susceptible to serious injury or death.

A good lawyer will constantly ask these types of questions. A good attorney will question how the vehicle’s safety systems perform during an accident.

If you have questions about your vehicle’s safety systems, feel free to contact a Houston lawyer at 713-454-7875.

  – Article By Richard Weaver

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