Have you recently suffered injury due to a motor vehicle accident?
SUV Rollovers, Truck Crashes, Railroad Crossing Collisions, Small Airplane Crashes
After a motor vehicle accident
that causes injury or death, a thorough investigation is necessary to determine who is responsible for compensating the victim. The facts will tell: A traffic violation will point to an errant driver. Injuries caused or made worse by defective auto design will point to the car manufacturer.
Confidential Settlement for the family of a man who was killed when his private airplane crashed following faulty repair and inspection.
Confidential Settlement for a woman whose van rolled over rendering her quadriplegic when her roof crushed in on her.
$1.6 million verdict for a young woman who was ejected and permanently paralyzed in a rollover when her seatbelt did not keep her in the vehicle.
Confidential Settlement for a mother and her son who were ejected when their SUV rolled over because its design was too high and too narrow, making it unstable.
Confidential Settlement of a man rendered quadriplegic when his sport utility vehicle rolled over on the road after he steered to avoid another vehicle.
Confidential Settlement for a woman who was ejected from her car during a rollover because of the seatbelt design which failed to restrain her when the car door opened during the rollover.
Confidential Settlement for a young Ph.D who suffered brain injury and spinal cord injury when the rented 15-passenger van he was driving rolled over because of its instability and defective handling characteristics.
What may seem to be a case of a simple accident caused by someone's traffic violation may actually be more complex in legal terms. An occupant of a vehicle may be injured because of a malfunctioning air bag, defective seat design or other factors that implicate the car manufacturer along with the driver who ran a red light or failed to yield at an unmarked intersection.
Confidential Settlement for a woman whose eye was destroyed by a defectively designed airbag.
Confidential Settlement for the family of a young girl who sustained fatal injuries when her airbag slammed into her head with overwhelming force in a minor accident.
The motor vehicle accident attorneys
of Lowe Eklund Wakefield & Mulvihill Co., LPA, in Cleveland, Ohio, has wide experience handling motor vehicle accident cases, including those involving an auto defect element. Contact our Ohio personal injury law firm
through this Web site or by calling 216-592-8750 or 866-935-8032.
Confidential Settlement: Wrongful death of husband and wife who were killed in a rollover accident when the seatbelt stitching tore loose, resulting in an additional 15 to 20 inches of seatbelt webbing, allowing husband to be ejected from the vehicle while still wearing his seatbelt.
Discuss your motorcycle head injury or your family member's fatal car accident with an experienced motor vehicle accident attorney
at Lowe Eklund Wakefield & Mulvihill Co., LPA. Our lawyers represent vehicle accident victims in cases such as the following:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Pedestrian and bicycle accidents
- Train accidents (including railroad crossing accidents)
- Bus accidents
- Boat accidents
- Aviation accidents (small airplane crashes)
If you or a family member suffered serious injury or loss of life in a car or truck accident, call or e-mail
our ohio personal injury law firm
to schedule a consultation with an attorney. Our attorneys are best known for products liability cases, including major auto accidents cases involving auto defects
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