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Fort Lauderdale Brake Malfunction Lawyers

Vehicle owners have a reasonable expectation that the automobile they purchase will be functional and safe for use. Unfortunately, due to problems with the design or manufacture of a vehicle, critical systems may fail when they are needed most. This can prove to be especially dangerous when a brake malfunction occurs as a driver attempts to slow or stop the vehicle. Malfunctioning brakes are likely to lead to preventable and severe accidents, often leaving individuals with devastating injuries and significant medical expenses.

If you or someone you love has been injured in a car accident that was caused by a brake malfunction, you could be entitled to seek financial compensation through a personal injury lawsuit. Contact the experienced Fort Lauderdale brake malfunction lawyers of the Winston Law Firm, P.A., by calling 954-475-9666 today.

Consequences of Brake Malfunction

It is easy to take for granted the proper function of a vehicle’s brake system. After all, the brakes are a vehicle’s most basic safety feature and one of only a few points of vehicular control for a driver. Yet when they fail to work, there is often little advance warning and the effects can be dire. Some consequences of brake malfunction may include:

  • Inability to slow the car on a descent or winding road
  • Inability to bring the vehicle to a halt for stop signs or red lights
  • Loss of the ability to avoid persons or vehicles in the roadway
  • Inability to react to sudden changes in the flow of traffic

In any of these cases, a violent collision that would otherwise have been preventable is likely to occur and a driver and his or her passengers are certain to suffer needless injury.

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It may be possible to sue the maker of a defective automobile for compensation to address medical bills, vehicle replacement costs, lost wages, and other damages as appropriate. To learn more, contact a qualified Fort Lauderdale brake malfunction attorney of the Winston Law Firm, P.A., at 954-475-9666.