Making sure you check your tire pressure, filling the tires with air, rotating the tires, aligning and balancing the tires and replacing them when necessary does not guarantee your tire safety. Many auto manufacturers do not admit that detreading, delaminating and blowouts occur frequently. If your tire blows out, you and your loved ones can be in danger.
Contact Victory Law Group, LLP immediately at (213) 422-5061 if you have been in a car accident that was caused by any tire failure or malfunction. We are here to fight for you and get you the maximum amount of compensation for your injuries or losses. Don’t suffer any longer due to negligent tire manufacturers. Speak to an excellent attorney today at Victory Law Group, LLP. You may also submit an online contact form and we will get back to you shortly
Tire Companies are More Concerned with Profit Instead of Safety
In order to make a higher profit, tire manufacturers state that their tires last 10 years. However, in order to prevent tire malfunction, you should change tires every 6 years. Companies should not prioritize their profit over the safety of their consumers. If a tire manufacturer is negligent, they may put the lives of their consumers at risk.
Oftentimes, car accidents caused by a tire malfunction are minor. However, a tire failure accident can cause catastrophic or even fatal injuries. When driving at high speeds, a tire malfunction can cause the driver to lose control of the car. This is why tire manufacturers are negligent when they do not make durable tires or if they provide dishonest information to the consumer about their product performance.
What Causes a Tire Malfunction
A tire malfunction can be caused by (1) Bad craftsmanship (2) Shoddy manufacturing (3) Faulty design (4) Tread separation (5) Shredding (6) Detreading and/or (7) Adhesion failures.
Although tire performance regulations are stern, tire malfunctions occur frequently. Over the past years, Firestone, Bridgestone, Goodyear, Michelin and other large tire corporations have recalled their tires. Unfortunately, before the recall, there were fatalities and injuries.
Call us Today to Prove that a Tire Defect Caused Your Accident
Victory Law Group, LLP’s attorneys are experienced and aggressive enough to fight the tire manufacturer company for you. In order to get the maximum amount of compensation for you, Victory Law Group, LLP will (a) Consult with industry experts who can support your claim with testimony (b) Examine the scene of the accident along with damages to your vehicle and tires (c) Analyze police and medical records and (d) Gather relevant statements from witnesses
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