Who Can Be Held Liable For My Defective Tire Case?

A: Having a tire blow out while you are moving is frightening.Especially if there are no visual hints as to why it happened.The tire may look mangled or shredded with no other signs, which may lead you to believe the tire was defective.

Unfortunately a tire blow can result in a vehicle losing control and causing serious injuries or fatalities to those in the vehicle as well as other drivers on the road.

If a defective tire is the cause of a blow-out it may be from the manufacturer having a design flaw, or using defective or outdated materials, poor quality control or other manufacturing flaws.

If you have had a tire blow out that was a result of a defective tire, it is important that you contact a Florida personal injury lawyer who has experience handling defective tire cases and other car accident injury cases.

It is important that you have your tire inspected by a professional who can determine if the tire was defective.By having an inspection you will be better equipped to pursue a claim.

If after an inspection and your tire was determined to be defective, a skilled Fort Lauderdale accident attorney may be able to help you recover damages from the tire manufacturer, tire retailer or dealer that sold you the tire.Such damages may include financial compensation if you were injured, lost wages, medical bills, and more.

Call South Florida personal injury lawyer David Benenfeld.He will provide you with a free legal consultation, answer your questions, and help you get the compensation you deserve.

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