Automobile Product Liability Investigations

Automobile Product LiabilityHawk Professional Investigations has a team of well-trained investigators and support staff with a wide range of knowledge and experience relevant to automobile liability claims, including legal, engineering, bio-mechanics, accident investigation, and medical treatment.

Automobile product liability investigations may require any or all of the following:

  • Locating and interviewing witnesses, law enforcement, EMS and other responders
  • Locating and analyzing all reports and documentation related to the accident
  • Accident scene investigation and accident reconstruction if needed
  • Providing thorough written and photographic documentation of all aspects of the accident
  • Documenting and safeguarding evidence collected during the investigation
  • Conducting further investigations as needed on individuals involved in the accident
  • Coordinate expert research, analysis and testimony

We strive to provide a complete detail of the accident and potential contributing factors, backed up by well-documented evidence and interviews, so our clients are never at a disadvantage through the claim or legal process.

A Funny Moment during an Interview

During an investigation regarding a claim of an airbag failure we interviewed the claimant that had submitted the product liability claim.  He told us that the airbag was defective and this allowed him to be injured.  When we pressed him for details about the alleged defect, he advised us that the airbag had a hole in it.  When we asked him to describe the location and size of the hole, he told us that the hole was on the front of the airbag and large enough that he could see the feathers inside.  Well…clearly that would be a defect…

If you are facing an automobile product liability claim, it is critical to begin the investigation as soon as possible to be able to document and preserve the evidence as thoroughly as possible.  Contact Hawk Professional Investigations today to discuss your claim or concerns.