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Defective Tires

When you start your car every day, you shouldn't have to wonder if it was manufactured correctly. That is something you can and should take for granted because you assume that automobile manufacturers and designers did their jobs correctly. However, this doesn't always happen, especially with tires.

While safe tires are essential for your car to operate properly, many manufacturing company owners try to boost profits by hiring cheap labor or not inspecting tires as thoroughly as they should. Unfortunately, these irresponsible actions cause thousands of deaths and injuries every year. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration states that tire blowouts are the leading cause of car accidents across the United States.

Even if your own tires are not defective, you may sustain serious injuries in a collision with another car with tire problems. In this case, faulty manufacturing may not be the problem. The other driver may have overloaded the car, drove over a nail that caused a puncture, or chosen to drive a car knowing that its tires needed repair.

Who is Responsible for Your Injuries Due to Tire Defects?

If you are considering filing a personal injury lawsuit, knowing who to sue may prove challenging. That is why you need assistance from a Martin County personal injury attorney at Lauri J. Goldstein & Associates, PLLC. Our attorneys use the evidence at hand to determine if the tires failed due to a manufacturing defect, a design flaw, or operator error on the part of the other driver. Once we determine liability, we can then proceed with filing a personal injury lawsuit on your behalf.

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