Tire explosions, tread separations, and blowouts can cause drivers to lose control of their vehicles, resulting in serious and potentially fatal wrecks. When tire manufacturers cut corners in the design and manufacture of their tires, or fail to warn about known dangers like aging or old tires, they can be held legally accountable.
At Butler Wooten & Peak LLP, our Georgia tire failure attorneys have the experience to fight for clients who have been seriously injured and have lost loved ones as a result of tire defects. We have a track record of results in auto defect cases, and the tire manufacturers know it.
Tires need to be able to withstand intense external and internal forces. When manufacturers use bad rubber, inadequate skim stock, and other cheap and defective materials, their tires can get contaminated by oxygen and moisture, resulting in explosive blowouts at high speeds.
If you have been seriously injured in a rollover or other wreck caused by a tire blowout or tread belt separation, you may have a claim against the manufacturer.
Our attorneys have played a key role in auto products litigation nationwide for more than 20 years. We have the experience and reputation to take on major tire manufacturers, and we have won for our clients against manufacturers including Firestone, Michelin, Goodyear, Cooper, Dunlop, BF Goodrich and Hankook.
Many lawyers say that they are prepared to handle tread separation and other tire defect cases, but very few of them actually have the experience to do so. Our attorneys get referrals from throughout the country because other lawyers know we have the expertise to properly handle these cases.
Don’t hesitate to contact our firm today for a free case evaluation. We will begin a thorough investigation of your case immediately, and if you have a claim against a tire manufacturer, we will aggressively pursue the results you deserve.
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