The term crashworthiness means that a car is equipped to keep drivers and passengers safe in the aftermath of an auto accident. When car manufacturers fail to make their automobiles crashworthy, what could have been a minor accident can have catastrophic and fatal results for drivers and passengers. In this video, Philadelphia car accident attorney Daniel Jeck explains this concept of crashworthiness and offers some examples where car manufacturers failed in their duty to consumers. If you were in a car accident and think there may have been an issue with the car or an auto part, you need to have the wreck investigated further. Call our office directly at (866) 569-3400 for a free consultation with a lawyer. You can also find out more about our law firm at www.erlegal.com.