Mechanics play a vital role in the well-being of your vehicle, and millions of Americans trust their local mechanics to repair and service their vehicles. For the most part, this is implicit trust due to personal recommendations or prior experience with said mechanics. While trust is always vital when it comes to any relationship whether business or personal, some mechanics, due to wanting to make as much as they can during any given day, may mishandle a vehicle or perform substandard repairs. When this happens, your life and that of other road users may be put in jeopardy because faulty brakes that were meant to be repaired, for instance, never were, or were shoddily fixed. As a car accident law firm, we often get asked by some of our clients, “can you hold a mechanic liable for an accident?” The answer to this question is a resounding YES, but the condition is the presence of negligence in such cases, and we’re here to help you uncover that as well as get you compensated due to mechanic negligence.
Are you looking for a best mechanic negligence lawsuit attorney? If you were in an accident due to someone else’s vehicle not getting a certain standard of care at the mechanic, or if you were injured in your own vehicle due to your personal mechanic’s lack of due diligence and negligence, we’d like to help. Please call us NOW at (773) 825-3651 to learn more about your legal options for justice and compensation. Our best mechanic liability injury lawyers have over 90 YEARS of legal experience helping hundred of injured victims just like you get what’s rightfully theirs. What makes McCready Law different is how all cases are handled by attorneys and not paralegals, our extensive litigation experience, our having sufficient amounts of malpractice insurance, and our commitment to local causes such as school scholarship programs. Wherever you are in the country, we can help: simply call us NOW at (773) 825-3651 if you suspect mechanic error or negligence was the proximate cause of your auto accident and subsequent injuries.
Here are some examples of negligent mechanic work:
- Installing substandard spare parts
- Negligent or failure to repair worn out parts
- Damaging other vehicle components while making repairs
- Failing to inform you about other major and apparent repairs that must be done
- Failure to remove any problematic foreign objects
Attorneys for Accidents Caused by Negligent Mechanic Work – Call Us Now!
In order to have a negligent repair lawsuit for your accident, you must first prove that the mechanic owed you a duty of care to fix your car in a reasonable manner. Next, you must prove the negligent action that caused the car issue which then led to your accident, and consequently, your injuries. This is because without these aspects, there will be no damages to collect, which are informed by your injuries as well as property damage. Wherever you are in the country, if you believe that your mechanic was negligent during your car’s repair, you may be entitled to financial compensation. Want to learn more? Simply call us NOW at (773) 825-3651 to learn more about your legal options. Thanks, and we look forward to helping you.