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How can injuries sustained in a car accident be the fault of the auto manufacturer?

Frequently Asked Question Video for Wisconsin Personal Injury

Sometimes in a car accident, the injuries you sustain are a result not only of the at fault driver but of the manufacturer of the vehicle you are driving. Those are known as product liability cases. A simple example would be if for example your seat belt wasn’t properly anchored and it snapped in the car accident and you received serious injuries as a result of the seat belt failure, therefore you would be able to recover for those injuries from the manufacturer.

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