Defective exploding sunroofs in cars a potential danger to motorists.

Attorney Richard Armond of The Armond Firm, LLC, is licensed to practice law in the State of Georgia. Based in Gwinnett County, he handles serious injury and wrongful death cases throughout metro Atlanta and the State of Georgia. Call him for a free consultation at (678) 661-9585.

Today Consumer Reports released a report (click here to read the report) on exploding sunroofs in cars. According to the report, in recent years there is evidence to suggest an increase in these incidents. People report just driving down the road and then experiencing an explosion of glass with a loud bomb-like noise. This appears to potentially be due to a lack of structural integrity of glass in sunroofs and not because of anything striking the glass. It also appears that as auto manufacturers increase the size of sunroofs the issue has become more of a problem.

A potential defective product such as an exploding sunroof can cause danger and injury to the driver of such a vehicle and all passenger inside. Not only can the glass injury the occupants, but it can cause the driver to have an accident. That is also a danger to other drivers on the roadways.

If you or a loved one have suffered an injury in any way related to an exploding glass sunroof on a vehicle contact attorney Richard Armond at (678) 661-9585 for a free consultation today.

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