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Goodyear Tire Recalls

Tires are the only things between you and your passengers and the road. You depend on them to get your vehicle to your destination. If those tires are defective and subject to tread separation or tearing, blowouts, design flaws, made with improper materials or the manufacturing process is questionable, you may be involved in an accident and sustain serious injuries or die in the crash.

Properly designed and manufactured tires are a crucial component of being safe on the roads. However, not all tires are created equal and well-known tire manufacturer, Goodyear Tire, has been in the limelight for multiple recalls over the years.

Goodyear Tires Notable Recalls

  • 2012 — recalled 41,000 Wrangler Silent Armor tires in six sizes, sold in the United States and Canada for tires that may separate or tear at the tread. Goodyear admitted that tread separation in light-truck tires, Load Range E, were linked to 120 injuries and 15 deaths. The tire sizes included tires manufactured between March and May of 2009 in sizes LT235/80R17, LT245/75R17
  • 2015 — recalled 48,512 Fortera HL P255/65R18 1095 in one size only sold in Canada and the United States. These tires were manufactured between November 10, 2014, and January 10, 2015. A test tire showed cracking in the tread when visually inspected. Tread cracking may cause tread chunking, vibration and noise. This increases the risk of an accident. Goodyear replaced these tires.

If you want to check whether your Goodyear tires have been recalled, visit this website for a complete list of all Goodyear recalls.

You may also visit and search for your tire DOT number and size. lets you sign up for email notifications of new recalls.

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Tire Defects — The Causes

There are numerous things that may cause tire defects. However in the vast majority of causes, the defects are the end result of a design flaw or shoddy manufacturing. Poor manufacturing may include tire contamination from sawdust, moisture or rust; the use of outdated or ineffective adhesives or other materials and improper temperatures when tire materials are “cooked.”

Do you own Goodyear tires? Have you been involved in an accident where defective Goodyear tires were the cause? You are not alone.

Filing a Defective Product Lawsuit

A defective tire lawsuit may seek compensation for damages like lost wages, medical bills and pain and suffering.

The tire team at Chalik & Chalik knows your case is vitally important work to obtain fair and equitable compensation for your injuries. To file a defective tire lawsuit, find out what compensation you may be eligible to claim, and how to file a claim, call Chalik & Chalik at 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.

Talk to a Tire Accident Attorney

If you have a tire injury case, you have an attorney at Chalik & Chalik. Never pay a fee unless you win.

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We have experience representing victims in all types of tire injury cases in Florida.

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