I Suffered Serious Injuries As A Result Of My Left Front Tire Failing And Causing My Fort Lauderdale Car Crash. How Can I Tell If I Have A Lawsuit Against The Tire Manufacturer?
Tires can fail for many reasons. Depending on the cause of your tire failure will determine if you have a legal case against the carmaker or tire manufacturer. In order to find out if you can hold the manufacturer responsible for your accident-related injuries, you need to get your tire inspected and contact a personal injury lawyer.
If it is determined that your tire failed because it was too old, not inflated properly, not maintained, or because a nail or other debris caused the tire to fail, the manufacturer would not be liable for your car crash and injuries. However, if an inspection determined that the tire malfunctioned, it could have been caused by a defect in materials, manufacturing, or design.
If a tire inspection revealed that the tire blew out due to a tread separation or sidewall failure, you may have a legal claim. Unfortunately, defective part cases are difficult to prove because the manufacturer will attempt to deny liability. This is why it is critical to have an experienced attorney on your side and an expert who can demonstrate to the manufacturer that the tire didn’t perform as it should have and that it was, in fact, unreasonably dangerous.
If you believe your tire was defective and caused your Fort Lauderdale car crash, you may be able to hold the tire manufacturer responsible for your damages and injuries. You may be entitled to a financial recovery for your medical bills, property damages, lost income, pain and suffering, and other damages.
For help determining if you have a valid claim and getting your fair recovery, contact the Law Offices of David Benenfeld today at [number type=”2″] or [number type=”1″] to talk with a knowledgeable South Florida injury attorney in a free consultation today.