Orlando Tire Blowout Attorneys
Specialists Handling Defective Tire Claims Across the State
Tires can be one of the most important and often overlooked parts of your car. Few drivers know the age of their tires, but old tires can be prone to blowouts and tread separations due to the rubber drying out over time. Unfortunately, even tires that have sat on store shelves for many years can still ultimately be sold to a customer as new. There are currently no age restrictions on the sale of tires in the U.S.
Many tire experts say that tires have a useful life of no more than six years, and some set the cutoff age as low four years old. You can check the tire’s age by checking the identification number on the side-wall that begins with the letters DOT. The last four digits represent the week and year the tire was manufactured.
Our Orlando tire blowout lawyers can help you hold negligent parties accountable. Call (855) 375-9959 to set-up a consultation.
What Causes Tire Blowout
Despite what the manufacturers will tell you, tire blowouts often occur as a result of poor manufacturing or design defects, rather than consumer neglect. The Trial Professionals P.A. have the skills and experience to defend your liability claim against the manufacturer, as well as refuting commonly used defenses in an attempt to shift the blame onto you, the consumer.
We are familiar with advanced expert investigative techniques, which allow us to find and present the best evidence of belt separation, tread separation or inadequate adhesion between the metal and rubber components of the tire.
We are committed to helping our clients and their families obtain full compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages, and other expenses arising from accident injuries. We also work very closely with the medical community to ensure that our clients receive proper care, and that our medical experts accurately foresee medical needs for the future, so that you receive every penny you are entitled to.
Get Answers to Your Legal Questions—Call (855) 375-9959
We know that after an accident you have a lot of questions. "What doctor should I go to? Who pays my medical bills? How do I provide for my family if I can't work? Should I speak to the insurance companies or not?" Relax and don’t worry—we have the answers!
If you or a loved one was hurt or killed in a car or truck crash involving tire tread separation, there is little to nothing that could have been done to prevent the accident—no matter how good the driver was. This is one of the most serious situations a driver can face, and the manufacturers of faulty tires should be held accountable for their actions.
Contact our Orlando tire blowout attorneys today for a free case evaluation. We represent clients from our offices in Miami, Orlando, Naples, Ft. Myers, and surrounding areas.