Defective tires are the cause of a significant number of car accidents every year. If you've been injured in an automobile accident caused by a defective tire, the firm of Watts Guerra can help. We are one of America's leading personal injury and product liability law firms, and we have led the fight against the manufacturers of defective tires.
Tread separation, tire shredding, and other manufacturing and design defects can have severe and even fatal consequences when tires fail at high speed. When a vehicle is traveling at high speed, tread separation or tire blowouts can cause the vehicle to roll over, causing serious and potentially fatal injuries.
Tire defects, sadly, are a common cause of car accidents. Tire manufacturers are responsible for ensuring that their products are safe and durable, but sometimes they fail in this duty. Even if there is a tire recall, it can come too late - every major tire manufacturer has had to recall tires at some time. But tire manufacturers will usually only recall their tires after a series of devastating accidents.
When tires fail, the defective tire might never have been properly identified as the cause of the accident. All to often, a family who lost a loved one in a car accident doesn't realize that a defective tire was the root cause. That's why speaking with a personal injury attorney after an accident is so important. A good personal injury firm will have access to knowledge and investigative resources that can be put to work for you, to protect your family and your future.
If you've been severely injured, or have lost a loved one, in a car accident caused by a defective tire, consulting with an experienced personal injury attorney is your best course of action.
Personal Injury Attorneys Experienced with Tire Defect Litigation
The national personal injury firm of Watts Guerra led the way in holding both Ford and Firestone responsible for the deaths and injuries caused in the series of rollover accidents that gained national attention in 2000.
Beyond Ford and Firestone, Watts Guerra has handled tire defect litigation against some of the nation's largest tire manufacturers, including Michelin, Goodyear, BF Goodrich, Bridgestone, Continental, Yokohama, Uniroyal, Dunlop, Pirelli, Cooper and others.
Watts Guerra is uniquely positioned to handle product liability lawsuits against tire manufacturers. Our years of experience in tire defect litigation, combined with our dedication and resources, have made us a leader in defective tire liability litigation.
Our firm has singular resources beyond what other firms can offer. When your car has been in an accident, it's important to realize that the car is no longer just a car - it's evidence. The firm of Watts Guerra can help you act quickly to preserve that ￼evidence. We offer the knowledge to ensure that the evidence is handled properly and we have our own extensive warehouse to store damaged vehicles. Acting quickly after an accident can ensure crucial evidence is protected before it can be lost or destroyed. This could mean the difference in proving your case against the tire manufacturer.
Tire manufacturers have substantial amounts of money to invest in retaining top-tier lawyers who will work aggressively and solely for the interests of the companies that are paying them. These companies also have years of experience at concealing defective products. When you've been injured due to a defective tire, you need equally skilled representation.
The law firm of Watts Guerra has a unique standing among America's personal injury law firms. Our attorneys have handled some of the largest and most complex personal injury cases in American legal history. Our experience in handling tire defect lawsuits means the tire manufacturers know the names of our attorneys, and are well aware of the reputation of our firm.
The national law firm of Watts Guerra is one of America's leading personal injury and product liability firms. We are able to assist individuals and families anywhere in the United States. If you've been injured in an accident caused by a defective tire, contact us online or call us at (800) 294-0055.