May 24, 2017
FREE CONSULTATIONS > PAY NOTHING UNLESS YOU WIN
Hankook Tire Recalls
Tire recalls are necessary when a defect has been identified or when reports of problems with tires start coming in. While there have been numerous tire recalls over the years, a recall does not get all defective tires out of service and preventable accidents still happen and cause victims needless pain from injuries sustained. Defective tires may also cause a driver to lose their life.
Defective tire lawsuits are usually referred to as product liability lawsuits, as the manufacturer is duty bound by law to provide safe products. Accordingly, if you have been injured in an accident that was caused by a defective Hankook tire, whether it was part of a recall notice or not, you may be eligible to seek compensation for damages.
Do not wait to seek legal counsel. File a claim as soon as possible or you may run the risk of losing your right to sue if you do not file in compliance with the statute of limitations.
Hankook Tire Recalls
Hankook Tire Co. set up its first office in 1981 in North America. Over the last few decades, they have become a world leader in tire production. However, Hankook has issued multiple major defective tire recalls and faced numerous lawsuits in relation to those tires.
Have you been in an accident where a defective Hankook tire was involved? If so, it does not matter whether or not it was subject to recall. According to the doctrine of product liability law, the maker of a product, including tires, has the responsibility to create products free of hazards. This means if there is a design defect or manufacturing mistake and a customer is harmed by a defective tire, the manufacturer may be held liable for injuries and damages sustained in an accident.
Hankook has issued recalls for tread separation and/or premature sidewall wear. These defects may be the result of a manufacturing mistake or design defect, including but not limited to: improper cooking temperatures during the manufacturing process or using contaminated or old materials or adhesives.
Rollover Accidents — Caused by Defective Tire Blow Outs
A rollover or other type of accident caused by a defective tire may result in either serious injuries or death. Survivors may suffer from the following:
Are You an Accident Victim Involving a Defective Hankook Tire?
Product liability law is complicated. If you choose to file a defective product lawsuit, reach out and contact an experienced personal injury attorney with a record for handling defective tire lawsuits.
The team at Chalik & Chalik stand ready to assist you in filing a claim. We can lead you through the process from start to finish and explain how we prove your accident is related to a defective tire. We offer a free initial case consultation by calling 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.
Call Us Today at (855) 529-0269
We have experience representing victims in all types of tire injury cases in Florida.
No fee unless your case is successful
We work hard to provide quality representation and personal service to our clients, and will fight for your right to recover the benefits you deserve. Call our offices or fill out our form to schedule your free initial consultation today!
May 24, 2017
May 10, 2017