About Airbags

We’ve all seen airbags in movies and TV – usually for comedic effect. However, there’s real science behind airbags, and since they were first implemented in cars back in 1951, they’ve saved lives.

In the event of a car crash, an airbag is designed to rapidly deploy to cushion the occupants of a vehicle. They’re intended to protect you from hitting anything inside the car that could cause you further injury – think about your steering wheel or your dashboard, and all the hard plastic and bodywork on your doors. Airbags are intended to deploy just in time to prevent you from hitting your head (or anything else) on these hard surfaces, and for the most part, they do a good job.

Airbags are part of a much larger system designed to keep occupants of a vehicle safe. This system includes seatbelts, anti-lock brakes, and other new gadgets such as blind spot sensors and impact warnings. However, when one of these components doesn’t work, there can be dire consequences.

Faulty Airbags and Car Accidents

If you were involved in a car crash and your airbags failed to deploy, you could experience much more severe injuries. Recently, airbags manufactured by Takata were recalled for failing to deploy in the event of a car accident – which means airbags are by no means a foolproof solution to car crash injuries.

Millions of airbags were recalled because they didn’t deploy properly, or failed to deploy at all. And if you think your vehicle’s safety measures failed to keep you as safe as possible in your car accident, you might want to consider reaching out to a car wreck lawyer in Las Vegas, NV.

Don’t Suffer – Reach Out to Eric Roy Law Firm Today

There are many car accident lawyers who only provide cookie-cutter solutions for your car accident injuries – but Eric Roy Law Firm is as dedicated to your case as you are. There’s no “one size fits all” approach for car accident lawsuits, and we understand that every aspect of your case needs to be examined to determine who is at fault – and if anyone else should be held responsible for your injuries.

Cars may be getting safer, but an injury is an injury. Don’t suffer through your car accident alone: Reach out to Eric Roy Law Firm today, and see how a car wreck lawyer in Las Vegas, NV can help you move forward with your case.