Tucson Car Defect Lawyers

Personal Injury Lawyers Serving Tucson, Phoenix, Flagstaff and all Arizona cities and communities

Many times, automobile accidents are the result of negligence on the road. Reckless driving, DUI, and driver error are all common causes of car wrecks. However, on more unusual occasions, car malfunctions may cause a driver to lose control of the vehicle and collide with another automobile, pedestrian, or cyclist. Sometimes, car defects may impact the vehicle’s ability to protect its passengers in the case of an accident. For these two reasons, any vehicle with a malfunction poses a risk to its passengers and to others on the road.

If you or someone you love has suffered an automobile accident injury because of a car malfunction, then you may be eligible to claim compensation for this unnecessary pain. The Tucson, Phoenix, and Flagstaff car defect lawyers of Miller, Pitt, Feldman & McAnally, PC are dedicated to helping people like you seek the justice they deserve. Call our offices today to schedule a consultation.

Common Car Defects

The car defect lawyers of Miller, Pitt, Feldman & McAnally, PC provide services to car wreck victims who have suffered injuries because of the following vehicle malfunctions:

  • Defective Seat Belts
  • Brake Malfunction
  • Tire defects
  • Air Bag Defects
  • Child Seat Defects

Call our offices today to discuss your situation with one of our highly qualified attorneys.

Understanding “crashworthiness”

It is important for drivers to understand the concept of vehicle “crashworthiness” in order to best assess the current safety status of their automobiles. Crashworthiness is a term used to define a vehicle’s ability to sustain an impact and protect its passengers from injury. Cars with good crashworthiness ratings are designed to evenly and effectively distribute primary and secondary impact forces across the entire automobile. Car defects tend to lower their crashworthiness standings.


Meet Our Car Accident Attorneys

Phil Hall

Attorney, Of Counsel

Personal Injury