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    South Jersey Auto Defect Lawyer

    South Jersey Auto Defect Lawyer

    Seasoned South Jersey Auto Defect Lawyer Holds Manufacturers Accountable for Injuries Suffered by Clients in Camden County, Burlington County, and Throughout NJ

    A defect in a motor vehicle is like a ticking time bomb. At some point, the defect can cause a failure that may lead to an occupant of the vehicle suffering serious and life-altering injuries. If you were hurt because of an auto defect, you don’t have to face big manufacturing corporations on your own. A South Jersey auto defect lawyer from Gelman Law, LLC can help.

    Injured By An Auto Defect And Have Questions? We Can Help. All You Have To Do Is Call 856-861-4236 or Fill Out Our Convenient Online Contact Form To Receive Your Free Case Evaluation.

    Founding attorney David Gelman and his team work hard to provide effective, trusted legal advice and advocacy to injured victims throughout New Jersey. We can help you to understand your rights and what you should expect in your case. You can trust that our firm will do whatever it takes to pursue the best possible result in your case so that you can get the fair and full compensation you need and deserve. 

    Contact our firm today for a free initial case review to speak to a South Jersey auto defect lawyer about your options for holding manufacturers and other parties accountable to compensate you for the injuries and loss that you have suffered. 

    Common Types of Auto Defect Cases We Help Clients With

    Vehicles come with thousands of parts. A design or manufacturing defect in any of those parts may eventually lead to a mechanical failure on the road, which may trigger an accident. Auto defects can also worsen injuries suffered in a motor vehicle crash. A qualified South Jersey auto defect lawyer from Gelman Law, LLC can help you seek accountability and justice from manufacturers if your injuries were caused or worsened by an auto defect such as:

    How a South Jersey Auto Defect Lawyer from Gelman Law, LLC Can Help You Pursue a Financial Recovery for Injuries Suffered in an Accident Caused by an Auto Defect

    If you were hurt due to an auto defect, South Jersey auto defect lawyer David Gelman and his team will go to work on your behalf to:

    Get Advice From An Experienced Auto Defect Lawyer. All You Have To Do Is Call 856-861-4236 or Complete Our Online Contact Form To Receive Your Free Case Evaluation.

    Reach Out to Our Firm for a Free Case Evaluation to Discuss Your Legal Rights and Options

    Don’t delay seeking financial compensation for injuries you suffered because of a defective vehicle or auto part. Contact Gelman Law, LLC today for a free, no-obligation consultation to learn more about how a dedicated South Jersey auto defect lawyer can serve as your advocate and guide you through the legal process to pursue the financial recovery you need and deserve. 

    Frequently Asked Questions about Auto Defects in Camden County, Burlington County, and Throughout NJ

    Who can be held liable if I was injured by an auto defect?

    In an auto defect case, liability for injuries that result from an accident caused by an auto defect can fall on one or more parties involved in the chain of commerce that put the defective vehicle or auto part into the market. Examples of parties that may have liability for an auto defect include the manufacturer of a defective auto party, the manufacturer of the vehicle that was defective or used a defective part, wholesalers of defective auto parts, a car dealership or an auto part retailer, or potentially even a mechanic or auto shop that knowingly uses defective parts.

    How long do I have to file an auto defect lawsuit?

    Under the statute of limitations in New Jersey, you generally only have two years from the date that you were injured by an auto defect to file a lawsuit to pursue compensation from the liable parties. Filing a suit after the limitations period has expired on your claim means you run the risk that the adverse parties in your lawsuit move to dismiss your case as untimely. If the court grants the motion, you could lose your right to seek compensation for your injuries.

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