Most people spend at least a portion of their day in the car, trusting that their tires and those of other drivers are reliable and will properly carry the vehicle. Most tires are expected to have a significant lifespan, logging thousands of miles without issues or defect. Tire failures, however, pose severe impacts on the driver and on everyone else on the road.
At Eglet Prince, we advocate for drivers who have been injured by defective tires and the issues caused by these failures. Our trial lawyers work with an experienced network of professionals to assess the accident and prove where the defect occurred, recovering maximum damages for our clients.
If you have been injured due to a defective or failed tire or tire tread, please contact our law firm for a free initial consultation at 702-450-5400 or 800-450-5406 toll free.
Tire separation is the most common of tire failures. Common manufacturers who have produced tires with this defect include Goodyear, Cooper, Firestone and Michelin. Other common defects include instances where the tire loses air rapidly. These tire pressure issues at best create a costly inconvenience for drivers. At worst, the low tire can cause a crash or roll over.
These defects may prompt tire recalls and are found not only on individually owned vehicles, but also on rented and leased vehicles. The third party involvement can quickly complicate the matter. At Eglet Prince, however, we are equipped to prepare a case that holds all accountable parties responsible for the injury you have incurred.