If a motor vehicle accident happens, many things take place. For example, vehicle occupants may fly from a broken or smashed out their nearest window with extreme velocity during a collision. Compare the figures. Passengers who remain in a car during a crash have a higher chance of living.
Statistics show death rates three times higher if ejected from a wrecked vehicle. So a strapped in person is three times safer in a wreck. Seat belts do help keep drivers and passengers more reliable in a car. Much of this depends on whether anti-ejection measures were in place designed to keep the passengers inside the car.
You had better believe it. Different types of ejections happen like partial or total ejections. And whether partial or complete, critical injuries occur. So imagine a driver or passenger gets ejected through a side window at high speed.
But let’s say they get stuck. So at this point, the body is partway out. The person is hanging halfway at the waist. And if the car rolls over or gets smashed, that person will be hurt or killed. This injury or fatality may happen in a side impact or a rollover crash.
As the head hits the tempered glass windows, they break. At this point, a person might shoot out of the opening. But on occasion, they get stuck and get trapped. If that happens, we call it a partial ejection.
So these cases may end in severe facial disfigurement and brain trauma. And they might even lead to a fatality. Because the trapped occupant gets pinned, no escape will be possible. You can’t get from under a car or object so heavy. If you do, a case like this ends with extreme pain and scarring for life.
At least one source says that yearly, almost:
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports are instructive.
Many types of devices protect vehicle occupants. But they cannot be fail-safe devices all the time. In a violent wreck, even a seat belt or carriage might fail.
Then, cars break open like a can of sardines thrown against a wall. But steps may be followed to mitigate the chances. First of all, buckle up.
But even if you do, nothing means you are safe. Poorly made, broken seat belts might come undone or fail. If your seat restraint device breaks, getting thrown from the car may take place. The trauma may be minor or catastrophic.
Brain injuries come to mind, along with back and neck injuries. A broken back quickly leads to quadriplegia or tetraplegia. Also, this goes for defective child carriers and booster seats.
The ejection could be the fault of the vehicle maker. But it could combine with the person who hit you. Also, it could include the seat-belt maker. And even the car seat manufacturer may be a defendant.
So what if no products defect case exists? In that case, perhaps a claim against the government exists. Maybe one of their agents was responsible for the wreck? That’s why it’s a big deal to get a lawyer. And it needs to be an advocate who knows his or her stuff.
Getting paid means having a legal team with experience in car accidents. Ehline Law Firm has the experience, knowledge, and skill needed to win your case. And their team of expert investigators, doctors, engineers aid you every step of the way.
If the bereaving and surviving kin want to sue, they seek monetary recovery. And this pays them for what they lost. So they are pursuing lost wages. Also, they want money for loss of companionship, sex, love, and happiness. To get the most money, a lawyer searches for potential defendants with assets.
Other important steps to take would include preserving evidence. This evidence will help dispel or show fault. Also, it enables us to gather things like:
As discussed, many potential results are possible. In the end, however, the people or companies at fault will be on the hook. The highly reputable accident lawyers at ehlinelaw.com have combined years of experience. They have dealt with many nuances and truisms of a catastrophic car accident claim. Most of all, our lead counsel, Michael Ehline, is a fighter and a patriot. Do or die; we make it happen.
So if you suffered from a severe throw from a passenger or commercial vehicle during a bad crash, use the contact form on our website or call for a free legal consultation at (213) 596-9642 and discover your rights.
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