Tire Blowout Lawsuit

Jackson Vs FordCooper Tire, Firestone Tire and General Tire Companies have been at the forefront of lawsuits & recalls due to tire blowouts and tire tread separations often resulting in loss of control wrecks and rollover accidents. Many tire blowout lawsuits have been filed by occupants of SUVs, trucks and cars injured or killed due to these sudden tire blowout cause accidents, injuries and deaths. Often the cause of a tire blowout can be traced to dirty and poor manufacturing conditions, negligent inspections and poor quality control problems at the tire plants.

Tire blowouts are associated with hundreds of accidents each year when the unsuspecting driver experiences a sudden blowout or tire tread separation that causes the vehicle to become difficult to steer and control resulting in a wreck or rollover. A vehicle is especially difficult to steer, brake and control if the tire failure occurs on a rear tire. Besides lawsuits against the major manufactures, many of these tire blowout lawsuits have been filed against tire dealers and used tire shops for negligently failing to rotate the best tires on the back, not the front like once believed. Many injury and death lawsuits from the blowout have also been filed against new and used tire shops and car dealers for selling old, worn out, recalled or outdated tires and for selling or repairing tires with too many plugs or patches.

Tire Failures and Tire BlowoutsTire defects resulting in blowouts can happen even on new tires. It can start slowly with the consumer having to add a little are each month and sometimes more often. Upon visual inspection by the car owner and even a tire shop, no nails, punctures or holes may be noticeable, but still a small leak remains. This small leak may be signs of an internal tire failure or degradation that has not progressed beyond small leaks. In later stages of tire blowout / failure the tire’s plies, cords and tread may be affected and the owner may notice a vibration or noise at highway speeds. Sometimes the owner will notice a bulge or bubble appearing. These may be signs of a curb strike or signs of tire defects that will ultimately lead to a blowout or failure if the tire is not replaced.

Tire blowout lawsuits have been filed against the major tire companies for defects that cause the tire blowout or failure accident. For decades, millions of tires have been recalled due to manufacturing defects by Cooper, Firestone, Kumho, General, Dunlop, Continental, Chinese Tire Companies, Kelly Springfield, BF Goodrich, Goodyear, Toyo, Bridgestone and others tire companies due to negligent tire manufacturing practices and poor quality control procedures. Some of the reasons tires to be recalled include:

Tires Blowout Lawsuits - Tread Separation Failure & Rollovers Accidents

If you or a member of your family has been seriously injured or a loved one killed in a rollover or accident, in which may have been caused in part to a tire blowout, failure or tire tread separation or failure of any other brand tire, then call us to discuss this matter with nationally recognized tire blowout lawyer experienced with rollovers and tire blowouts, sidewall and tread defects and tire tread separations. Free & Confidential Tire Defect Accident Case Consultation. No Attorneys Fee or Costs, Unless You Win.

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