Dangerous Guardrails

Guardrails are designed to prevent vehicles from drifting off of the road. They can also serve to slow vehicles down during a head-on impact. Upon impact, the end terminals of guardrails, also known as railheads, are designed to push the metal railing to the side as the posts that secure the rail slow the vehicle to a stop. When designed correctly, this can save lives. However, even the slightest change to railhead designs can result in serious and even deadly injury.

If you or someone you love has been injured by dangerous guardrails, please contact The Cochran Firm online or by calling (800) 843-3476 today to schedule a free consultation with one of our dedicated personal injury attorneys.

Potential Dangers
Guardrails are designed to cushion impact – crumpling in a manner similar to an accordion to bring the vehicle to a stop. When improperly designed, a guardrail may fail to crumple and instead pierce the vehicle, presenting the risk of impalement to drivers and passengers alike.

Defective Products Lawyers

As with all defective products, there can be a number of liable parties when guardrails injure or kill, and identifying each liable party is essential for proper compensation. The only way to ensure you are treated fairly and not cheated out of the compensation you are due is with the help of an experienced personal injury attorney.

We Can Help

As one of the nation’s largest personal injury law firms, The Cochran Firm has the resources necessary to win even the most complex cases. Our attorneys work with experts in a variety of fields to investigate accidents and maintain access to the legal expertise of the entire firm – an edge that helps us secure significant verdicts and settlements for many our clients. If you are in need of a personal injury attorney we would be honored to meet with you free of charge to discuss your case, your rights, and the most effective way to get the compensation you deserve.

To schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced personal injury attorneys, please contact us today.