LegalView Expands Coverage to Address Important Legal Issue of Defective Airbags

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Research from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and others overwhelmingly shows that airbags save lives -- but only when they work. As safety-conscious drivers know, airbags have a spotty record, sometimes deploying for no apparent reason, causing accidents and injuries. Other times, airbags may fail to deploy at the moment when they're needed the most, depriving drivers and passengers of protection they thought they could count on. In response,, your home on the Web for everything legal, is expanding its coverage of defective products and auto accidents to focus on this potentially serious safety hazard., your one-stop shop for everything legal, is proud to announce the launch of a new information portal that provides readers with information on the serious issue of defective airbags. The site, located at, contains information about the possibility serious design or manufacturing flaws that can cause some airbags to represent a real safety hazard, potentially requiring a manufacturer's recall. Like all of LegalView's informational portals, the defective airbags site aims to become the Web's most comprehensive site on this serious safety problem. And like all of LegalView's content, it is offered totally free of charge to concerned visitors.

Frontal airbags have been required features of all new cars sold in the United States since 1989 because research shows that they cut down on deaths and serious injuries, particularly crippling brain injuries. However, research collected by the National Highway Traffic Highways Safety Administration (NHTSA) has shown some airbags to open at random, causing the driver to lose control of the vehicle due to injuries or an obstructed view. Other airbags do not deploy when they should due to defects within the vehicle, robbing the vehicle's occupants of their protection. And some airbags work at the right time, but carry defects that put their users at risk of serious chemical burns, broken bones and other injuries. These defects can be caused by avoidable design or manufacturing flaws that put thousands of motorists at risk of completely avoidable deaths and serious injuries.

In recognition of these dangers, LegalView has collected extensive information about airbag flaws at their defective airbag information portal. At the site, readers can find basic facts about airbags, including a list of recent airbag recalls; information on the jury verdicts and settlements in court cases over defective airbags; pointers toward information on the subject from government agencies and news organization; and links to helpful legal Web sites in the reader's state. And for visitors who are interested in a free evaluation of their legal case, LegalView also offers a free, nationwide defective airbags lawyer referral service.

The defective airbag site is just part of LegalView's suite of comprehensive online portals on the legal topics that matter to Americans. For those looking for legal assistance regarding auto accidents, LegalView can put you in touch with an auto accident lawyer. Or, for those individuals in need of consultation with a brain injury lawyer LegalView's free attorney referral service can be of assistance as well. In addition to connecting readers to experienced legal experts on these issues, anyone in need of a Mesothelioma law firm or a birth injury lawyer can utilize LegalView's information portals for these respective legal issues to aid them in their search. At all of these sites and others, the reader will find original informative articles, up-to-date news and press releases, glossaries of unfamiliar medical terms and links to local legal Web sites. And, as always, LegalView's collections of cutting-edge legal information remain completely free to the public. is a public service brought to you by Legal WebTV Network, LLC, a Limited Liability Corporation created by a group of the nation's most highly respected law firms: Anapol Schwartz; Brent Coon and Associates; Burg Simpson; Cohen, Placitella and Roth; James F. Humphreys and Associates; Lopez Hodes; and Thornton and Naumes. For more information on the accomplishments and track records of's superior sponsoring law firms and to get in touch with LegalView attorneys, visit LegalView at

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