Dedicated personal injury litigators obtaining relief for victims who have suffered injuries from defective tires in Arlington Heights, Libertyville, Itasca, and Chicago.
Conditions impacting the safety of tires arise on a daily basis. The most common causes of defective tires are manufacturing defects, tire separation, improper puncture repairs, and improper sizing of tires. When a defective purchase or repair of tires occurs, individuals run the risk of blowouts during installation or while driving, which injure thousands of individuals on a yearly basis. If you or your loved one has been injured in an accident or incident involving a defective tire, you want to speak with an attorney at Newland & Newland, LLP. Our attorneys are equipped to handle all of your personal injury concerns. Contact us today for your free initial consultation.
Determining Liability for Your Injuries
An investigation into the cause of tire defects can be complex. However, a full investigation is necessary to determine the exact cause of your injuries. This will help determine which individuals will be named as defendants in a civil suit. There are several individuals who could be liable for your injuries. Depending on the cause of your injury, a manufacturer or retailer could be held liable for injuries that occurred as a result of your defective tire. If the defect was caused as a result of a defective design, the at-fault party is a manufacturer. However, if the defect was caused by improper installation, then the retailer would be the appropriate party in the lawsuit. In addition, there are a number of other third parties who may be liable. For these reasons, an investigation is necessary to ensure that you obtain the maximum amount of relief.
There are a number of damages that may be recovered when you or your loved one suffers injuries as a result of tire defects. Damages is the monetary compensation sought in personal injury actions. Compensatory damages are one type of relief that is often sought in personal injury actions. Compensatory damages are damages that are intended to compensate you for those out-of-pocket costs that occur as a result of an accident. These include medical expenses, the costs of vehicle repairs, lost wages, and more. Victims of injuries resulting from defective tires also seek general damages which are monetary earnings that cannot be calculated. General damages include things such as pain and suffering, future pain and suffering, and permanent disabilities.
Newland & Newland, LLP: Your Trusted Personal Injury Litigators
Newland & Newland, LLP is an Illinois law firm with several offices located throughout the state. We know the direct impact that effective representation has on a claim. All of our attorneys have advanced litigation skills and can represent you or your loved one through every stage of a personal injury claim. You can depend on us whether your goal is to settle a claim or take the case to a jury trial. For a risk-free initial consultation, contact Newland & Newland, LLP today.