Auto Defects Can Lead To Catastrophic Injuries
Introducing Our Firm
Automobiles are complex machines that rely on hundreds of thousands of small parts to ensure the safe operation of the vehicle as a whole. Even a small malfunction can lead to a fault that ultimately results in the loss of control of the vehicle. If you were in an accident caused by a defective auto part, schedule a free consultation with a personal injury lawyer today.
At Hoyt & Hoyt, PC, we have extensive experience representing injured clients in Morris County and in communities throughout New Jersey. When you need an experienced attorney, our staff of dedicated professionals is ready to help.
Common defects can include:
- Electrical system
- Door handles
- Seat belts
- Air bags
- Seat backs
- Control surfaces
A fault in any of these systems can lead to or contribute to serious injuries in an accident. Do not hesitate to schedule a free consultation with a knowledgeable auto defect attorney.
SUV Rollovers And Crush Injuries
Due to their higher center of gravity and relative instability, sport utility vehicles (SUVs) are at risk to roll over. A rollover can be caused by a tire blowout, loss of control on a slippery road or collision with another vehicle. Often, the vehicle will come to rest on its roof. The roof, then, might cave in because this structure was not designed to support the entire weight of the vehicle. A roof crush can cause devastating head and neck injuries to passengers and the driver of the vehicle.
If you were in an SUV rollover accident, it is wise to speak to an attorney as soon as possible. With more than 30 years of legal experience, attorney John S. Hoyt will carefully investigate the factors that led to your accident and injuries in preparing a tailor-made legal strategy. Whether negotiating with the insurance companies or representing you in court, Hoyt & Hoyt, PC, is ready to fight for your full and fair monetary compensation following a vehicle accident.
Put Our Experience To Work For You
Contact our firm through email or by calling 973-292-2299. We offer free initial consultations and handle all of our cases on a contingency fee basis. Based in Morristown, we handle cases in Morris County and throughout North Jersey.