Tennessee Defective Tires Attorneys
Whether you are driving a truck, motorcycle, or passenger car, the tires on your vehicle are one of the most important components of the vehicle for driving safely. When tires are worn down or defective, it can cause the car to pull to one side, rollover, or otherwise cause serious safety hazards. Unfortunately, as the Tennessee tire defect attorneys at Pohl & Berk, LLP, know, far too many people in Tennessee are forced to deal with the often severe consequences that a defective tire can cause.
A defective tire can be the result of several parties’ negligence, including the original manufacturer or a repair company. When a defective tire causes an accident involving innocent people, the responsible party or parties can often be held accountable for the harm their negligence has caused. Taking such action is often critical for victims of accidents caused by defective tires, as they often must deal with devastating physical, emotional, and financial consequences in the aftermath.
Defective Tires: Common Issues in Tennessee
There are several different ways in which a tire can be defective. However, some of the most common and dangerous issues include:
- Tread separation
- Expired tires
- Conicity (tire is shaped more like a cone than a cylinder, which is the desired shape)
If you have been involved in an auto accident due to these or other tire defects, you may deserve compensation from the manufacturer or other party responsible for the defective tire.
Talk to a Tennessee Lawyer about Defective Tires
Facing the consequences of an accident caused by a defective tire can place a substantial burden on you and your family. However, at Pohl & Berk, LLP, our Tennessee tire defect lawyers feel that people who have been the victims of such accidents should not have to deal with these consequences on their own. With our help, you may be able to get the justice and financial compensation you need from the party responsible for your unnecessary pain and suffering. Speak with us about your options and how we can help you fight to protect your interests by calling our Tennessee offices at (615) 277-2765 today.