May 10, 2017
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Tire blowout accidents can occur at any time. They can be caused by anything that reduces the air pressure in the tire, and prevents the tire from supporting the weight of the vehicle. When a car’s tire blows out, within a quarter of a second, the car ride can abruptly change from very pleasant to a potentially fatal emergency situation. When motorists find themselves in such a predicament, it is imperative that they remain in control, and try to prevent a motor vehicle accident from happening. However, this cannot always be managed.
There are many potential causes of tire blowouts, including: low tire pressure, inferior materials, incompatibility of tire with the vehicle, manufacturing defects, tire de-beading, tire shredding, de-treading; and ineffective adhesion, generally resulting from the age of the glue or inadequate bonding of the tire parts while the tire was being manufactured.
We know the importance of having someone on your side, if you have been injured in a tire accident case. Our firm is family owned and those values associated with family are very important to our mission. We fight for you and handle your case as if you were family.
Tire blowouts can have devastating, and even fatal, consequences. The problems resulting from tire blowouts are even greater in vehicles that have a high center of gravity, including SUVs, trucks, and passenger vans, because the driver loses control of the vehicle to such an extent that there is a risk of becoming involved in a rollover accident or collision.
You must prove your tire was defective. When making the tires, manufacturers may have overlooked some important details in an effort to save money. However, such financial reductions may adversely impact the safety of the motorist, passengers and other drivers on the road. One tire blowout can cause one accident or many accidents simultaneously.
To prove liability, it is important to have industry experts who will testify that the tire is defective and that the defect was the cause of the accident. If you suffered an injury in a motor vehicle accident that was caused by a defective tire, call us. We will perform an investigation and recover financial compensation to help you recover from your injury.
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