Missouri Defective Vehicle Lawyers

Striving to Get Compensation for Victims of Defective Cars

Have you or someone in your family been injured in a car accident? Do you suspect the accident was caused by a vehicle defect? With more than 25 years of experience on our side, the Roberts Law Firm is able to take on major car manufacturers when they put a dangerous and defective vehicle into the hands of a consumer.

To discuss your case with our Missouri car defect attorneys, call us toll free at 866-585-5643 or send us an e-mail.

A Recall Does Not Equal a Claim

Just because a vehicle was recalled does not mean there is a claim. For example, recent news coverage has shown cases involving people who have been unable to stop their Toyota as it accelerated to dangerous speeds. Many of those people went through harrowing ordeals, but walked away without injury. Even though these cars were defective and the subject of a recall, if there was not a serious injury, there is not a claim.

However, many people have been seriously hurt because of defective Toyota and other defective vehicles. These people have the right to pursue compensation for their injuries, and we can help. We will take on Toyota or any other manufacturer in personal injury claims.

What Type of Vehicle Defect Does Your Case Involve?

You may have a good idea of the defect that caused your accident. It is also possible that a defect is revealed only after we thoroughly investigate your case. Regardless, we are able to handle cases involving defects of all types, including:

  • Defective brakes
  • Defective tires
  • Defective accelerators

Contact Us About Compensation for Accidents Caused By Car Defects

Our auto accident law firm is prepared to use our more than 25 years of experience to benefit you. Send us an e-mail or call us toll free at 866-585-5643.

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