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Nationwide Defective Tire Lawyers

Each year, Americans drive millions of miles and most of us never give much thought to our tires. We rely on them to get us where we’re going even under the worst conditions like ice, snow and heavy rain.

Under certain driving conditions, tires can receive more wear and tear. Motorists who must drive more on highways, in hotter climates or at higher speeds will normally wear their tires out quicker. Under circumstances like these, tires may be more prone to blow-outs or delamination. Certain vehicles with a higher center of gravity can also be more prone to blow-outs and de-treading.

If you happen to be driving at high speeds when this occurs, you and any passengers could be at risk. In recent years, some of the better known tire manufacturers have had issues with tire defects. Flaws during the manufacturing process can leave tires weak and vulnerable to damage. When traveling at high speeds a blow-out can cause your vehicle to roll over, this is even more likely with defective manufacturing processes.

Facts about Tire Defects and Rollover Lawsuits

If you have landed on this site, you or a loved one may be considering a law suit from a recent auto accident where you suspect defective tires. If this is true, then one of the most important things you can do is to make sure that the tires in question are preserved. If the vehicle was towed to a repair shop, contact them and ask them not to throw away the old tires. You should also contact your insurance company and the local police and let them know about your suspicions.

Some accident investigations clearly show that the accident was caused by defective tires and the police report may even stipulate this but you must have the actual tires themselves. It’s important that they are preserved if you’re planning to file a defective tire lawsuit. Zinda Law Group has been helping people involved in tire related accidents for years. We go to work quickly, preserving important evidence in order to build a strong case for our clients.

We are often contacted by victims who have been seriously injured or have lost a loved one due to tire failure. Victims can’t always rely on an insurance company or accident investigators to preserve vital evidence like this, so our law firm will take action right away to obtain the tires and other evidence for your case.

When you suspect defective tires to be the cause of an accident, get quality professional help right away from Zinda Law Group. We have the experience and resources to investigate the primary cause of the accident and build your case.

Get Help From Our Tire Injury Attorneys Today

Contact Zinda Law Group today if you have questions or need help with a suspected case of defective tires. We will research causes of the tire defect, most commonly known as ineffective adhesion or poor bonding. Our law firm may be able to help you recover damages including property damages, medical bills, lost wages and others.

You need a tough, experienced law firm on your side when dealing with cases like this. In the past, tire manufacturers have been known to try and hide key information about the manufacturing process and even the age of tires. Get a knowledgeable legal team on your case so we can find the truth and get the compensation you deserve.

Call Zinda Law Group today at 800-863-5312 to set up your free legal consultation. Sit down with one of our skilled tire injury lawyers and learn about your legal options. We offer free consultations with an attorney and work on a contingency fee basis.



 

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