16 Aug 2016

How To Find Out if Your Vehicle Has a Recall

In light of mass vehicle recalls, are you concerned about the safety of your vehicle? Is something not working properly on your vehicle and you want to get it fixed? Your vehicle may have a defect that needs fixed and may even pose a serious safety risk.

Vehicle recalls are required by manufacturers when a part on a vehicle isn’t up to safety standards and therefore poses an unnecessary risk to drivers. Manufacturers must fix these safety issues because product liability law states they must ensure that their product is safe when used correctly. If someone is injured as a result of an unsafe product when used correctly, manufacturers, sellers and distributors may have to pay adequate compensation for the injuries, lost work, and mental distress that is caused by personal injury. If you have been injured due to an unsafe product, it is important to seek immediate compensation for your suffering.

Vehicle recalls are a rising problem and many users are unaware of the safety risks that their vehicle may pose to themselves and their family. If you are concerned that your vehicle may have a recall, it is important to contact the manufacturer directly to inquire about any recalls and to discover next steps to getting your vehicle fixed. Safecar.gov is a safe and easy to use website that can help you search for vehicle recalls on the make and model of your car.

If you think a safety recall might be to blame for your personal injury, please contact Weiser & Associates today at (212) 213-3111 to speak with our New York product liability lawyers. We can help you determine if you have a claim and fight for the compensation that you deserve.

How To Find Out if Your Vehicle Has a Recall
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