Thousands of accidents occur throughout the state of Illinois on a yearly basis. Many of these accidents could have been avoided, but instead, result in needless injuries and deaths to unsuspecting victims. Many accidents are related to defective tires. Driving with defective tires can cause accidents at high speeds with disastrous consequences. While you may have been initially deemed at fault for an accident, you also may be a victim if defective tires were the cause of your accident. If you or your loved one has been involved in an accident or incident as a result of defective tires, contact Newland & Newland, LLP for a risk-free initial review of your claim. Our attorneys will be happy to meet with you to determine your rights to relief.
Defective tires often result in tire blowouts and have caused many drivers to lose control of their vehicles. While the consequences of tire defects are often the same, the reasons for defective tires may vary. Some common causes of tire defects include tread separation, improper repairs, mounting errors, incorrect sizing, improper inflation, bead failures, and more.
Defective Tire Liability Claim
When you or your loved one has been injured as a result of defective tires, a products liability claim may be the right type of claim to pursue. A products liability claim is often brought against a manufacturer, producer, distributor, or a vendor who creates a product that ultimately harms a consumer. Many major tire manufacturers have had products liability actions brought against them for negligence associated with tire defects only to recall the products after the defect becomes known. The attorneys at Newland & Newland, LLP have experience in defective tire cases and want to assist you or someone you know with a claim today.
The Importance of Maintaining Defective Tire Evidence
If you believe that you or your loved one is a victim of defective tires, it is important to maintain any evidence. Evidence includes the tires, any shredding from the tires, and other evidence of damages such as expenses related to repair of the vehicle. This evidence will be helpful in the event information surfaces related to a products liability claim or that a suit is necessary.
About The Arlington Heights Personal Injury Law Firm of Newland & Newland, LLP
Newland & Newland, LLP is an Illinois law firm with five offices located throughout the state. Our experienced attorneys have a common goal of taking the worry away from you as you navigate through a personal injury claim. Our law firm has helped thousands of families and we want to assist you or your loved one with filing and obtaining the maximum amount of monetary relief for a personal injury claim in the state of Illinois. Our attorneys know how to effectively litigate all stages of a personal injury actions and you can depend on us whether you are considering settling or taking the case before a jury. For a risk-free initial consultation, contact Newland & Newland, LLP today.