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Bradenton Attorney Urges Car Buyers To Check Recall Website Before Buying

Submitted by: Shapiro Goldman Babboni & Walsh

2015-06-03 00:01:11

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Attorney Bernard Walsh of the personal injury law firm Shapiro Goldman Babboni & Walsh is recommending automobile owners check recall website before purchasing their next used vehicle.

Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FL (OPENPRESS) With automaker Ford Motor Company announcing yet another recall this time more than 440,000 vehicles for electrical problems with power-steering and fuel tank problems, Attorney Bernard Walsh is urging consumers to stay informed of safety issues.

The experienced accident attorney wants consumers to be aware that auto dealers and individuals selling cars are not required by current laws to disclose if a vehicle in a sale has a safety defect and has been recalled.

Attorney Bernard Walsh had this to share about how recalls were carried out by manufactures, "Once again we have another massive vehicle recall by manufacturers. Once again we can watch the vehicle manufacturer take minimal efforts to reach all the consumers affected by these dangerous conditions caused by negligent safety checks in the manufacturing and production of vehicles. The citizens/consumers must be pro-active in checking for all these recalls including faulty airbags and ignition systems to name only a few. Everyone driving a vehicle MUST regularly go to safercars.gov to see if the vehicle they are trusting is safe for themselves and their loved ones. It has become abundantly clear that the manufacturers and the government will not make sufficient efforts to inform the consumers of these manufacture created dangers.

About Injury Lawyer Bernard F. Walsh
Highly experienced, AV Rated attorney, and Founder of the Manasota Trial Lawyers Board, Bernard Walsh is an active member in multiple legal organizations including The Association of Plaintiff Interstate Trucking Lawyers of America (APITLA), the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, the Florida Justice Association and the National Trial Lawyers Association.

Bernard Walsh is an active member of the Manatee and Sarasota Sheriff's Advisory Boards, the Florida Highway Patrol Advisory Council and the One Hundred Club for Law Enforcement in Manatee. A managing partner at the Personal Injury and Civil Trial Law firm of Shapiro, Goldman, Babboni and Walsh, Bernard Walsh has helped hundreds of Floridians get fair compensation for injuries. Additionally Bernard Walsh has won one of Florida's largest motorcycle accident recoveries and has an AV Preeminent® rating on AVVO, a doctors and attorneys ratings website.

More about Injury Attorney Bernard Walsh at www.GetMeJustice.com.




Contact Info

Shapiro Goldman Babboni & Walsh
Phone: 727-381-9200
Website: http://www.getmejustice.com/
6446 Central Ave., St. Petersburg FL, 33707



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Metro Area: Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FL Read More from this Metro Area
Country: United States Read more from this Country
Industry: Legal / Law Read more from this Industry
Press Keywords: auto recalls,Bernard Walsh,recall website,Bernie Walsh
Press Company: Shapiro Goldman Babboni & Walsh
Press Site: http://www.getmejustice.com/bradenton




 


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