With spring weather around the corner, many people love to take their families and head outdoors. As New Jersey families enjoy their travels and camping trips, everyone should be aware of the dangers on the road. According to the National Highway Safety Administration, Keystone RV Company has recalled some of its 2013 Bullet and Passport RV trailers. The possible defect on these trailers is on the fasteners of the stabilizing jacks. The mounting fasteners, which should attach and secure to the truck towing to the RV trailer, are defective and do not securely latch. The safety hazard has affected an estimated 2,336 trailers.
Driving on highways and through cities can be hazardous enough, but during high volume holiday periods frequented by vacationers the risks increase exponentially. Adding the possibility of a 4,000+-pound trailer becoming unhitched from your vehicle or from a vehicle near you is a potential deadly situation. Even if product defect was not the cause of your accident, we can help you determine if someone else’s negligence was to blame.
If you or someone you know has been involved in any kind of auto accident in New Jersey call an experienced personal injury attorney from Petro Cohen today. In-depth research by an expert can make all the difference in your case to determine whether a defective product or the negligence of another is to blame for your accident. An experienced and knowledgeable lawyer can examine all of the vehicles and/or products involved and determine if you have a strong claim.
Our knowledgeable New Jersey attorneys are experienced in personal injury litigation and can help you get the compensation you deserve for someone else’s negligence or defective product. Click here or call us today at (888) 675-7607 for a FREE consultation with one of our personal injury attorneys.