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Yokohama Tire Recalls
The Yokohama Rubber Company opened in 1917 in Tokyo. As the company continued to grow and expand to take advantage of a burgeoning market for its products, it set up a U.S. base in California in 1969. Yokohama is a giant in the tire industry.
Along with an ever-expanding company and unprecedented growth over the past decades, Yokohama garnered a good reputation for making quality tires and reliable products. They have designed, produced and marketed many unique and reliable tires, but have also been held accountable for making numerous defective tires.
Yokohama Tires — A Snapshot of Defective Tire Recalls
Have you been injured in a collision that involved a Yokohama tire? Were the tires on your vehicle or the other vehicle involved? It does not matter if tires that may have caused an accident were recalled or not, a competent product liability attorney is able to provide you with the information you need to make an informed decision about your legal options and filing a lawsuit.
When dealing with a defective product, the area of law under which a claim is filed is referred to as product liability law. It is the niche of law in which retailers, manufacturers, suppliers, distributors and others who design, create and market a product, are held accountable for injuries to those harmed by using the product. The term product refers to tangible personal property.
Product liability claims in the United States are typically associated with breach of warranty, negligence, strict liability and a wealth of other consumer protection claims. The vast majority of product liability laws are set at the state level and no two states have the same laws. Depending on the state you live in, there may be different elements to prove to win a successful claim.
There are three types of liability claims under the umbrellas of product liability law: manufacturing defect, design defect and a failure to warn or marketing defect.
A manufacturing defect is one that happens during the manufacturing process and may involve shoddy workmanship and/or sub-standard materials. Design defects happen in the initial creation of the product when the design itself is inherently useless or dangerous, no matter how well it was made. Marketing defects, or failure-to-warn defects are those found in products that, even though well made, have inherent and not obvious dangers that could be mitigated by warning the user.
Injured? Retain Legal Counsel Now
The team at Chalik & Chalik can explain the legal process once you file a claim, outline possible damages and help prove the tire that caused your accident was defective. Everyone needs to know their legal rights when it comes for filing a claim for compensation as a result of being in an accident and sustaining injuries. The attorneys at Chalik & Chalik know how difficult it is to deal with injuries and uncertainty after an unexpected accident turns your life upside down.
Need help filing a lawsuit? Call Chalik & Chalik now 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.
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