Texas Tire Defects Lawyers
Tire failure is one of the most common contributing factors in car and truck accidents, including deadly rollover accidents, which account for more than 10,000 deaths each year.
If you have suffered injuries in an accident where tire failure may have been a factor, it is crucial to have an experienced tire defects attorney on your side that is capable of conducting a thorough investigation and holding negligent parties accountable for the damages they have caused.
The law firm of Liles White PLLC represents tire failure accident victims in Mexico, South Texas and across the United States. We seek to maximize financial compensation for damages such as medical expenses, pain and suffering, and lost wages. Our experienced tire defects attorneys have established relationships with the experts that must be retained in each case we handle.
To discuss your rights in a free case evaluation with a skilled tire failures attorney, call 1-877-826-5236.
Tire Failure Is a Serious Issue Requiring Serious Representation
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), more than 8,000 traffic accidents a year result in death or serious bodily injury from tire failures. While some of these are the result of vehicle owners failing to maintain their tires, many are a result of manufacturers selling faulty tires that feature poor materials, defects or design flaws.
There are a number of different forms of tire failure, and all of them can lead to serious injuries and death, including:
Tire blowouts: Manufacturer negligence is often to blame when a blowout occurs. These tire failures can lead to rollovers and multi-car collisions.
Tire defects: Several tire makers have issued recalls in the past few years for defects in design or manufacturing that can lead to serious accidents.
Tire tread separation: When a tire tread separation accident occurs at high speeds, serious injuries and even death can result. Rollovers are common after this type of tire failure.
One of the first things you must do after being in a tire failure accident is to make sure that the evidence is preserved. The tire and vehicle MUST be intact for investigators to determine the cause of the accident and whether a tire defect was to blame. Contact the police, towing company, or whoever is in possession of the wrecked car before the evidence is disposed of.
Get Help Today
If you or a loved one have been injured in an accident that was caused by tire failures, contact a product defect attorney at Liles White. We will investigate your accident, find experts who can analyze the car and tires, and aggressively pursue your claim in court.
If you need a tire defects attorney in Texas, across the United States, or in Mexico, contact us today for a free case evaluation.