During the Car Accident My Airbags Did Not Deploy Were They Supposed to Do This

Atlanta Car Accident Lawyer Shane Smith, an Atlanta Personal Injury Attorney who limits his practice to Car Wrecks, Car Accidents, Personal Injury, DUI Victims, Slip, and Falls, and other injuries relating to Back and Neck Injuries

Airbags are not designed to deploy in every collision or car accident. This is contrary to what I thought and had heard when I was younger. I believed that in every significant car crash with an impact the airbags would deploy, saving me from getting jerked around in the car or hitting the steering column. This is not actually the case.

The designers of airbags have designed them in such a way that they only deploy in a specific set of circumstances and under certain speeds. Normally this is a direct front-end collision for front airbags. They normally are not supposed to deploy from a glancing impact. This is an area of the law though, where each case is very specific. If you need advice about this, you need to speak to an attorney who is very knowledgeable in this area.   

Shane Smith Law serves the Metro Atlanta Area including Fulton County, Clayton County, Henry County, Coweta County, Dekalb County, Douglas County, Muscogee County, Baldwin County, Clarke County, Gwinnett County, Spalding County, Fayette County, Paulding County, Cherokee County, Chattahoochee County, Marion County, and Harris County.

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