May 24, 2017
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Continental Tire North America has been at the center of multiple lawsuits and recalls due to defective tires that have resulted in injuries and deaths. Although there have been numerous Continental Tire recalls, involving thousands of defective tires for various vehicle, there are still thousands on the road today.
Some of the most recent Continental Tire recalls are the following:
If you have been a victim of a car accident resulting from faulty tires manufactured by Continental Tire North America, you may be able to receive damages for your injuries.
Continental Tire accidents may result from the following causes:
Are you the owner of a vehicle with Continental tires? Do you keep up-to-date on the latest tire recalls? You may want to visit the SaferCar.gov. If you find that your tires are subject to recall, it is in your best interests to stop using them immediately. It may save your life.
You may also be interested in the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) rating for rated more than 2,400 tire, including most used on trucks, SUVs, passenger cars, minivans and light pickup trucks.
The Uniform Tire Quality Grading System helps compare values such as temperature resistance, treadwear and traction performance.
What to Do if a Defective Continental Tire Caused an Accident
If you have been involved in an accident you believe was caused by a defective Continental tire under Florida law, you may file a defective product liability case citing unsafe manufacturing on the part of the tire maker in question. If the tire maker designed, created, manufactured and marketed an unsafe product that caused or contributed to an accident, injuries and damages or death, you may be entitled to seek compensation, such as damages for medical bills, pain and suffering, and more.
If a Continental tire has injured you, Chalik & Chalik can help navigating the legal system and assist you in pursuing a defective product liability lawsuit. If the injuries you sustained are greater than what they would have been otherwise but for the defective product, your case may be successfully litigated or settled.
For help demonstrating the negligence of Continental Tire, and proving that a defective tire caused your injury, speak to the attorneys at Chalik & Chalik. To get started filing your claim, call 855-971-1662.
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. We will perform an investigation to help you recover financial compensation for your injury.
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