Yes you can sue the car company if you were injured in a Michigan car accident because your seat belt failed. When designed, engineered, and installed properly, a seat belt can be a lifesaver for a vehicle occupant involved in a serious auto accident. However, these seat belts can malfunction and fail to provide their intended safety protection resulting in very serious injury or even death to the Michigan car accident victim. When serious injury or death results from a defective seat belt, or seat belt that failed, it can give rise to a products liability lawsuit, and you do have the legal right to sue the car company or manufacturer of the seat belt or auto component.
For more information about your rights after a recent Michigan car accident with a seat belt that failed, call the law firm of Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. at (800) 606-1717 to speak with one of our top-rated experienced seat belt defect auto accident attorneys. We will represent you in your defective seat belt Michigan car accident case under our No Fee Promise, which means you do not pay any legal fees or costs until we prove and win your case.