I was in an accident, and got injured because of defective tires. What should I do?
If you suffered an injury in an accident due to defective tires, you should contact a product liability attorney, who will likely file a claim against the tire manufacturer. You may have additional claims against other parties, including the lot from which you purchased the vehicle, or the company that supplies the tire for the car manufacturer. Moreover, you may be able to seek recovery from the company that installed the tires.
You may recover damages even if no other vehicles were involved in the accident. You may file a lawsuit through which you can recover your losses due to the damage to your car, and injuries to yourself.
Other Frequently Asked Questions:
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