Types of Injuries Caused by Seat Belts
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The following is a list of injuries most commonly associated with faulty or defective seat belt restraints suffered in automobile accidents.
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Closed Head Trauma
- Other types of Head and Brain Injuries
- Spinal Cord Injuries
Many secondary injuries are also the result of the use of seat belts, such as:
- Cracked Sternum
- Burst Appendix
- Ruptured Spleen
- Vertebrae Injuries
- Soft-Tissue Damage
Although the use of seat belts has been strongly promoted in the United States for years, many children and adults suffer from serious seat belt related injuries each year. Listed below are just a few of the injuries which may occur as the result of faulty or defective seat belts:
- Spinal cord injury
- Brain or head injury
For over three decades, many of the restrain system manufacturers and major vehicle makers in the U.S have been aware that certain seat belt systems are poorly made, and have the ability to unlatch in the event of an accident, causing serious injury, and even death.
If you or a loved one has suffered from a faulty seat belt injury in California, you should contact a skilled Orange County seat belt injury attorney at Bisnar | Chase right away. Our seat belt injury lawyers have the knowledge and experience to successfully represent clients in seat belt defect cases, as well as other auto parts product liability cases throughout the state.
If you or a loved one has suffered from a seat belt injury, contact the accomplished legal team at Bisnar | Chase Personal Injury Attorneys for a free consultation. We will use our experience, knowledge and resources to achieve the best possible results for you and your family.
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