Cobalt Fatal Accident Lawsuits: The Faulty Ignition Switches Chevrolet Cobalt Vehicles Have Caused Fatal Accidents and These Fatal Cobalt Accidents Are Being Reviewed For Potential Cobalt Fatal Accident Lawsuits by Cobalt Fatal Accident Lawyer, Cobalt Fatal Car Wreck Lawyer, and Cobalt Car Accident Death Lawyer Jason S. Coomer  

Cobalt fatal automobile accidents are currently being investigated as faulty ignitions have been responsible for numerous vehicle crash deaths.  If a family member of yours was killed in a Cobalt automobile accident or accident involving a Cobalt and you have questions about a potential Cobalt fatal automobile accident lawsuit, please feel free to submit an inquiry for a Free Online Case Evaluation or please feel free to send an e-mail to Cobalt Fatal Automobile Accident Lawyer Jason Coomer.

Cobalt Fatal Crash Lawsuits and Saturn Ion Crash Death Lawsuits: Faulty Ingition Switches Have Caused Several Fatal Accidents By Cobalt Crash Lawyer and Saturn Ion Crash Lawyer Jason S. Coomer

Over 1.6 million Cobalts and other small cars have been recalled because of a faulty ignition switch that if bumped or weighed down could shut off the engine‚Äôs power and disable air bags.  The faulty ignition switches in Cobalts and Saturn Ions caused the vehicles' engines to shut off while the vehicle was in motion resulting in the loss of power-assisted steering and power brakes as well as causing the air bags not to inflate in a crash. These malfunctions in heavy traffic or on high speed highways could often result in a fatal accident. Further, as Cobalts and Saturn Ions were marketed to younger drivers, this loss of power-assisted steering and power brakes often caused younger drivers to panic and be overwhelmed by the extra effort needed to control the vehicle resulting in serious injury or fatal accidents.

As such, all fatal accidents involving Cobalts and Saturn Ions should be investigated or re-investigated to determine if the faulty ignition switches were the cause or a cause of the fatal accident.

13 Deaths Have Already Been Linked to the Faulty Ignitions

GM has linked 13 deaths to the faulty ignition problem, while other reports have linked the faulty ignitions to more than 25 deaths or more. As Cobalts were marketed to younger drivers most of the victims of these faulty vehicles were under age 25. Many of the victim were also women, who safety experts say are less likely to have the upper body strength to wrestle a stalled car safely to the side of the road.

All Cobalt Fatal Automobile Accidents Should Be Investigated

Automobile accidents that result in someone's death should be properly investigated to determine what happened and to make sure that other people are not injured in similar fatal accidents.  In addition to the police investigation, insurance companies typically investigate fatal automobile accidents to determine and limit their liability in any fatal automobile accident claims that may arise out of a fatal accident.  Many times the insurance adjuster, trucking company representatives, or courier service representatives will be sent to a fatal accident site in attempt to protect the insurance company or business from liability.  The information obtained through these investigations as well as the police investigation can be extremely important in performing an independent investigation of the fatal accident. 

It is also important that your lawyer is familiar with the accident scene as well as any investigations that have been done regarding the fatal automobile accident.  Texas fatal automobile accident lawyer, Jason Coomer, performs thorough investigations on the facts surrounding fatal automobile accident claims including obtaining driver background checks; reviewing trucking company & courier company investigations & records; inspecting the vehicles involved in the fatal accident; and going to the scene of the fatal automobile accident.  He feels it is important to thoroughly investigate every fatal automobile accident claim that he decides to handle.

Texas Fatal Accident Lawsuit Lawyer

Texas Fatal Automobile Accident Lawyer Jason Coomer has years of litigation experience and the necessary knowledge to make sure that a fatal automobile accident claim is fully investigated under the law. He investigates what caused the fatal automobile accident and if the driver that caused the fatal accident was drunk, on drugs, driving reckless, under aged, properly trained, in a hurry or running late, speeding, on a cell phone, or not paying attention.  He helps the families of those killed determine what happened to their loved ones and seek compensation from those that were at fault. He prides himself on successfully battling large insurance companies, trucking companies, and delivery services to make sure they pay adequate compensation for fatal automobile accidents caused by drunk, reckless, careless, or negligent drivers.  He handles fatal car crash claims and fatal truck collision claims throughout Texas including Austin, San Antonio, Dallas, El Paso, and Houston.  He handles  truck collision lawsuits, motorcycle accident lawsuits, bus accident lawsuits, company vehicle crash lawsuits, car wreck lawsuits, van accident lawsuits, Texas fatal bus accident lawsuits, and other automobile collision lawsuits.

Please feel free to contact The Law Offices of Jason S. Coomer for additional information on fatal vehicle collisions, fatal truck accidents, and fatal car crashes.  Don't think that if you loved one was killed in an automobile collision that the insurance industry will take care of you or voluntarily pay you for your loss.  They probably won't.  In fact, many insurance adjusters will offer low settlement amounts hoping that you will sign away your claim.  Some insurance adjusters even delay and allow the statute of limitations to run relieving the insurance company of any liability.

Texas Work Place Accident Death Lawsuit Information and other Fatal Accident Lawsuit Information

Work places can be extremely dangerous.  Falling objects, dangerous machinery, serious falls, electrocutions, explosions, toxic exposure, drunk drivers, hidden traps, and several other dangerous conditions can kill workers.  It is estimated that over 6,800 workers per year are killed in on the job work related accidents.  This does not include undocumented workers and many workers killed by toxic exposures.  For more information on Texas Work Place Death Lawsuits and Texas Fatal Work Place Accident Lawsuits go to the following Fatal Work Place Accident Lawsuit Information.

Fatal accidents can occur in a variety of places and as a result of dangerous products, dangerous conditions, careless actions, gross negligence, and negligence.  It is important to understand how a fatal accident occurred to prevent future similar fatal accidents from occurring.  Feel free to submit an inquiry regarding a fatal accident.

Fatal Truck Accident Lawsuits

The trucking industry is a multi-billion dollar industry that is essential to our economy. Unfortunately, with these large vehicles driving on our roads and highways comes the potential of catastrophic damages. Untrained, overworked, or inexperienced drivers all too often lose control of their vehicles causing them to jackknife, overturn, or collide with passenger vehicles. When this happens it is typically the passengers of the smaller vehicle that suffer. If a large commercial truck killed someone you love it is a good idea to obtain excellent legal representation to protect to make sure that a proper investigation as to the cause of the collision in done.  You need a Texas Fatal Truck Accident Lawyer that will thoroughly investigate the accident claim.

For a free evaluation of a fatal automobile accident claim including vehicle collisions, bus crashes, truck accidents, motorcycle wrecks, or car crashes, please contact The Law Offices of Jason S. Coomer.  Please include the date of the accident, location of accident, your name, name and relation of person killed, and a brief description of the accident. 

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