How many times have you had a tire blowout? Im sure its happened to all of us from time to time. I bet you just replaced the tire and didnt think much about it. But what if it wasnt your fault? What if the tire was manufactured with a defect and you were never informed?
Most of the time having a blowout or a tire go flat isnt a problem – until it causes an accident. While many tire problems result from improper tire maintenance some are caused by manufacturing defects which can cause serious accidents if they occur at the wrong time.
Manufacturers are often aware of these defects but they choose to market a tire anyway. In accident cases involving a tire defect it is imperative that someone on your case knows how to spot a tire problem resulting from a manufacturing defect – and more importantly someone who knows how to navigate the legal traps that will undoubtedly be set by the defendants attorneys. You can bet that they are doing everything they can to make sure your tire malfunction doesnt come back to the manufacturer.
The attorneys of Grossman Law Offices are experienced with these kinds of cases and know how to make insurance companies take liability for a faulty tire. Let us make sure your claim isnt denied due to an error you didnt even make.
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