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Brake Light Failure

One of the most essential safety features of your vehicle is one that you likely have very little reason to ever see in action: your brake lights. Brake lights may activate in such a way that it is difficult for a driver to determine whether or not they are actually working. However, over time and through years of use, they may burn out, making it essential for car owners to monitor the situation. In some cases, though, a defective or malfunctioning part of the brake light system may be the fault of the manufacturer. Regardless of the cause, brake light failure can create a serious danger.

If you have been hurt in an accident involving brake light failure that was caused by a negligent motorist or manufacturer, you may be able to seek financial compensation through a civil lawsuit. To discuss your potential case with a committed and experienced attorney, contact the Kenosha car accident lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. at 800-242-2874 today.

Ways Brake Lights Fail

Some vehicles have warning lights that come on when brake lights are not working properly, but people are often not aware that their brake lights aren’t working. This can make it difficult for drivers behind the compromised vehicle to determine that it is slowing or it has stopped until it is too late to prevent a crash. Some of the reasons that brake lights might quit working include:

  • Connection: the wiring in your car is subject to temperature changes and generally rough conditions. As a result, fittings can come loose and wires can fray, causing lights to fail.
  • Bulbs: when a bulb breaks or comes lose from the socket, it may work intermittently or not at all.
  • Fuse: the fuses in your fuse box control many things, including your lights.

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If you’ve been involved in an accident because someone has failed to maintain his or her brake lights, or because a manufacturer designed or installed defective lights, you may be able to recover financial compensation for medical bills, vehicle repairs, and other damages. Contact the Kenosha car accident lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. at 800-242-2874.

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