Seatbelt Malfunction / Airbag Defects Attorney in Virginia Beach, VA
When airbags or seat belts work improperly or fail to deploy, drivers and passengers can be seriously injured. Millions of vehicles have defective seat belt or airbag systems. Most people will never have to find out that their seat belt or airbag does not work properly, but for those unfortunate enough to come face to face with these failures, the outcomes can be serious.
Bennett & Sharp, PLLC is dedicated to helping persons who have sustained an injury due to a faulty seat belt or airbag. You, your friends or loved ones may not even be aware that serious injury or death resulted from the failure of those who manufacture or maintain these safety devices. The auto industry has known of these defects for many years and, unfortunately, few law firms are equipped with the knowledge and resources to evaluate these cases and bring the auto companies to justice.
If you or someone you know has sustained a serious or fatal injury as the result of a rollover accident or partial ejection from their vehicle, please call one of the attorneys at Bennett & Sharp, PLLC in order to determine if that tragedy could have been avoided. Auto companies know their rights and obligations. Make sure that you do as well.
Why Choose Us?
When you're injured, choose the firm with over 60 years experience! We are confident our firm is the right choice for you because serious injuries are our business.
- Extensive trial experience & proven records of success
- Millions recovered from injured people see our case results
- A+ Rating with the Better Business Bureau
- Our attorneys are AV®Preeminnent™ rated by Martindale-Hubbell®
Reach Out to Us
If you need a qualified airbag malfunction lawyer in Virginia Beach, VA, contact Bennett & Sharp, PLLC. Your first consultation with us is free-you'll know what you're facing before you have to spend money. Don't hesitate to use our expertise. Call us at (757) 486-5454 or fill out the contact form on the right-hand side of this page to get started.