Clarksburg Tire Defect Lawyers
We expect the tires on our automobiles to withstand many thousands of miles of driving. Even as the tread wears down, a good tire will hold together under the vast majority of driving conditions without a problem. When tires are manufactured incorrectly, however, weaknesses in their construction can lead to catastrophic failure. Under the stress of highway driving, defective tires can lead to serious injuries or even death.
If you or someone you love has been seriously harmed because of tire defects, you have the right to seek compensation for your related medical bills, losses, and suffering caused. To learn more, contact the Clarksburg tire defect attorneys of David W. Frame today by calling 800-352-9460.
The Aftermath of Tire Failure
Tire failure can cause even the most experienced drivers to lose control, especially on the highway. Tire blowouts, tread separation, and other defects can have a number of disastrous consequences, such as:
- Automobile collisions
- Serious bodily injuries
- Emotional and psychological trauma
- Permanent or temporary disability
- Missed work and lost wages
Although most drivers will experience a flat tire at some point, there is a tremendous difference between driving over a nail and experiencing a tire blowout or tread separation. A vehicle with a flat tire caused by a puncture is often still capable of getting off the road safely, or even driving to a garage. But complete tire failure means losing one of your vehicle’s tires completely.
Tire failure can result in serious injuries and death. If you or someone you love has been seriously harmed because of a tire defect, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, losses, and suffering. To discuss your case with an experienced Clarksburg tire defect lawyer, contact the Law Offices of David W. Frame today by calling 800-352-9460.