Brake Failure

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If a driver doesn’t check the status of their breaks often, it is possible they could be driving with bad breaks. If a car doesn’t have good breaks, the risk of an accident occurring increases significantly. However, the dual-circuit break system that is use today makes complete break failure a very unlikely event. In the event one side of the circuit fails, the other circuit on the other side in most cases is enough to stop a vehicle

Antilock Braking System (ABS) is another breaking technology that helps to prevent crashes from occurring. With ABS, it prevent the wheels from locking up, allowing the driver the ability to maneuver while braking. This allow drivers to avoid accidents which would have normally have occurred in the past.


Have you or someone you know been involved in an auto accident due to a brake failure? If so, contact one of our experienced auto accident attorneys in your area today!