Cedar Rapids Seat Belt Injury Lawyers

To compensate for the hazards inherent in the operation of a motor vehicle, the manufacturers of cars and trucks have been engaged in constant efforts to develop new technologies to protect drivers and passengers. Although there have been numerous safety features introduced which have indeed made crashes more survivable and reduced the severity of injuries sustained, those same safety features can cause serious problems if they are defective or malfunction.

Seat belt defects and malfunctions are particularly troubling because a seat belt constitutes the primary means of protection for a vehicle’s occupants. If you or a loved one has sustained injuries due to such a failure, then it may be possible to pursue a legal action against the manufacturer. Contact the Leehey Olson Law, P.C. to learn more.

Injuries Associated With Seat Belts

There is no question that a motorist should wear a safety belt at all times when in a vehicle. That is because in most cases, the seat belt proves beneficial to the health of the person wearing it. Unfortunately, when it fails to function properly or is poorly designed, it can do more harm than good. Injuries that result from defective or malfunctioning seat belts may include:

  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Spinal Cord Injuries
  • Internal Organ Damage
  • Lacerations
  • Severe Contusions
  • Back Injuries
  • Death

Contact Us

Let us stand at your side as you seek the financial compensation to which you are entitled. Contact the Cedar Rapids seat belt injury lawyers from Leehey Olson Law, P.C. at (319) 294-4424 to learn more about how we can help you.

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