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Columbia Airbag Lawyer

Today’s automobiles are built with a wide range of safety features. One of these features is an airbag. Airbags are inflatable cushions that vehicles have to protect occupants from hitting the inside of the vehicle as well as any objects outside the vehicles, such as trees and other vehicles. Right when there is an impact caused by a collision, sensors start to measure impact severity.

We rely on airbags to help keep us safe if we are ever in a crash. They are considered to be one of the most important safety features a vehicle can have. If they are determined to be faulty or defective, they can pose a major risk. In fact, defective airbags have been known to cause serious injuries and even death.

If you or a loved one has been injured by a faulty airbag, seek legal representation right away from The Stanley Group. Contact a Columbia airbag lawyer to get the compensation you deserve for your injuries.

Common Airbag Injuries

Airbags are designed to work in conjunction with seat belts to protect your head and other parts of your body from hitting the steering wheel, dashboard, and other car parts. When an airbag explodes or fails to deploy altogether, it can leave you vulnerable and cause serious and even fatal injuries.

Some common injuries suffered in car crashes involving defective airbags include the following:

  • Neck injuries
  • Facial injuries
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Spinal injuries
  • Fractures to the ribs, sternum, or clavicle
  • Lacerations
  • Disfigurement

When is an Airbag Defective?

When an airbag is faulty, it does not work properly. It does not perform as intended and is unsafe, with the possibility of causing severe harm to drivers.

A malfunctioning airbag can deploy at the wrong time, deploy with too much force, or fail to deploy altogether. It could even explode. A defective airbag can also deploy during a low-speed car accident, causing injuries to the driver. Common defects include insufficient airbag systems and ruptures in the airbag inflator. Fake airbags are found in less than 0.1% of vehicles in the U.S. While uncommon, they can fail in various ways and are a safety concern.


When a product is defective, the manufacturer needs to issue a recall so that no further injuries occur. Consumers can be aware of the situation and determine how to proceed. Manufacturers need to offer remedies, such as repairs, replacements, or refunds.

Airbag recalls operate in the same manner. If a manufacturer fails to issue a recall on defective airbags, they can be held liable. Contact a lawyer to understand your legal options. You may be able to file a lawsuit against the manufacturer.

Contact The Stanley Law Group Today

Airbags are meant to protect vehicle occupants. When they don’t do their job, they can cause serious injuries or even death.

If you have been injured by a defective airbag, seek legal help from the experienced attorneys at The Stanley Law Group. We can provide you with the skilled representation you need. Schedule a free consultation today. Contact a Columbia airbag lawyer today by calling (803) 799-4700 or filling out the online form.

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