Posted on Sep 16, 2011

September 5, 2011 - The National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports certain Triumph motorcycles are being recalled due to a kickstand defect. When a motorcycle defect causes injuries, you could be entitled to receive compensation for through a Missouri defective product claim.

Triumph is recalling certain model year 2011-2012 Tiger 800 XC and Tiger 800 motorcycles due to a defect in the return spring of the kickstand. The spring could break while the motorcyclist is operating the bike.

The hazard in the spring breaking is that it could unexpectedly drop down and drag along the surface of the road. This increases the chance of a motorcycle crash.

Consumers can take their defective motorcycles to the dealer for a free replacement of the return spring.

When you have become the victim of a serious motorcycle accident, it may not necessarily been the fault of the driver. Several parties may be held liable for your injuries, such as manufactures or dealers of your vehicle, against who you may be able to file a Missouri defective product claim. You may also be eligible to receive other types of damages. By consulting with a Missouri defective product attorney, you can learn what legal options are available.

Contacting a Missouri Defective Product Attorney

If have been injured by a defective product it's important that you seek legal guidance from a Missouri defective product attorney who understands the intricacies of these very complex cases. The Missouri defective product attorney team at Bollwerk & Tatlow, LLC fights for Missouri residents. Contact us today - 314-315-8111.