As with passenger vehicles, trucks must have working headlights. Sometimes defects occur and parts are recalled. Not fixing the defect places the burden of liability on the trucker or trucking company if an accident occurs. If you have been injured due to a headlight defect, call Isaacs & Isaacs at 800-800-8888 to arrange for a free consultation.
It is important to call us as soon as possible since:
- Witnesses forget
- Deadlines are passed
- Evidence might disappear
We have won over $700 million in settlements for negligence and will fight with the same ferocity for your rights. We have offices in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky and are available 24/7 to serve you.
Headlight Defects Cause Dangerous Situations
Imagine heading down the highway without being able to see an 80,000 truck heading your way in the opposite lane. Imagine further passing another vehicle on the same highway. The head-on accident that ensues can be horrific. The fault lies with the trucker’s lack of headlights.
If this was due to a defect that was not part of a product recall or warning, you may have a viable lawsuit against both the trucker and the manufacturer. If it was due to a lack of response by the trucker or the trucking company to a recall, both the trucker and the trucking company have liability.
Who Is Responsible for Defective Headlights?
The manufacturer or the designer may be held liable. Sometimes defects are known but the manufacturer fails to disclose it. If this happens, the manufacturer is liable.
Call Isaacs & Isaacs Immediately
If you have been injured in an accident involving defective headlights, call Isaacs & Isaacs. We will work hard to answer your questions.We will use accident reports and recall records to determine fault. Isaacs & Isaacs will work to make sure you receive the maximum compensation.