MAMMUTH & ROSENBERG, PENNSYLVANIA & NEW JERSEY DEFECTIVE BRAKE ACCIDENT LAWYERS
We rely on the brakes in our cars every day, and trust those who install and maintain them as well. Brake failure can result in severe accidents and life changing injuries. Skidding, lock-up, or spinning out of control into fixed objects or other vehicles can lead to multiple injuries of the neck, back, spinal cord, brain, and much more.
Negligence in the production or maintenance of brakes can cause brake lock up, ABS failure, fluid leaks, and other serious problems. We understand that the driver in accidents of this nature should not assume liability for problems they did not cause. Our attorneys will work to get you the compensation you deserve should you be seriously injured in an auto accident because of defective brakes that can cause a varying degree of serious vehicle accidents.
If you have been injured in a defective brake accident, let us help you take the next step. Call us and we will meet you at your convenience. We can meet with your family or answer initial questions over the phone if needed. We are available 24/7 to assist you in making the correct choices regarding legal action and have handled various claims against manufactures and auto technicians alike. Call us today to learn more about your defective brake situation or accident.
CONTACT YOUR GREATER PHILADELPHIA AREA DEFECTIVE BRAKE ACCIDENT ATTORNEYS
Licensed in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Mammuth & Rosenberg has offices in Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania, and Cherry Hill, New Jersey. Call Mammuth & Rosenberg at #610.667.1500, or contact us online. We handle a vast majority of different types of defective brake accident cases, so always feel free to give us a call to speak with us further.
We offer prospective clients a free personal consultation, with no upfront costs.
24/7 service & home appointments are available. If there is no recovery, there is no fee for you. We do not get paid unless you do.
Please complete the following form or call #610.667.1500 to speak with us.