Texas Tire Defect Lawsuit Attorney
San Antonio Tire Defect Injury Attorneys
Unexpected tire failure can lead to extremely serious accidents, including severe crashes and rollovers. High-profile vehicles like SUVs and commercial trucks are at a particular risk of a rollover if a defective tire fails. It is the responsibility of tire manufacturers to ensure that their products will withstand the demands of use by any vehicle that the tire will fit.
If you have been injured in an accident or your loved one has died in a fatal accident that was caused due to a tire failure, you should seek the advice of an experienced Texas personal injury lawyer immediately. At The Law Offices of Tyler & Peery, we represent clients across Texas who have suffered serious injuries in motor vehicle accidents.
When Defective Tires Cause Serious Accidents
In recent years, many of the most recognized tire manufacturers have the need to initiate a tire recall because of a defect in the design or performance of their tires. In some cases, a weak point in the sidewall will cause the tire to blow out. In others, the tread may separate and the tire will come apart.
Most blowouts and tread separations happen very suddenly and usually at high speeds. Drivers often lose control of the vehicle which leads to serious accidents and the potential for life-changing injuries. Whether you were the driver of the vehicle with the defective tire or a victim that was caught up in the wreck, you have the right to seek damages for your injuries.
When you hire our firm, we will conduct a complete investigation of your accident to determine if a tire defect had anything to do with the cause. If it did, we will aggressively pursue maximum compensation from all negligent parties.
Call For A Free Consultation
Contact our office today to discuss the injuries you suffered in an accident involving a defective tire. Initial consultations are free so it won’t cost you anything to get your questions answered. You can reach us by phone at or via email. Initial consultations are free and confidential.