CHEAP TIRES BLOW, ROLLOVER, ACCIDENT LITIGATION
Buying cheap tires may be good for your wallet and bad for your health. While our firm is not taking on the Chinese tire manufacturers we are working closely with other national firms that do handle these cases. We are paid a referral fee from these firms after the case is successfully litigated. Potential clients will include those who have had serious accidents and were riding on tires using the brand names Westlake, AKS, Telluride and Compass. These tires are manufactured by the China-based Hangzhou Zhongce Rubber Company. So what is wrong with these tires? They have a design defect involving a basic safety feature that all state-of-the-art tire designs incorporate today.
If you have had a tire blow out, resulting in your car running off the highway and into something or the car or truck experienced a rollover, call our firm and let us help you with the case.
What good is it when you save a $100 on tires and end up with $200,000 in medical bills because your family suffered a rollover accident after that cheap tire blew up and your husband lost control of the family SUV? Buy American made tires from American workers.
Less expensive tires are usually manufactured in a way that lacks basic quality control. Less expensive usually means less rigorous design and manufactured standards which is why “Made In America” meant higher safety standards along with a higher quality.
PRACTICAL LEGAL ADVICE: If you have been involved in an accident because a tire blew save the tires! Save the car! Don’t allow the insurance company to scrap your totaled car. It is evidence that we need. We will make arrangements to store the car while the litigation progresses.
- Tire Buyer
- Tires Plus – Total Car Care
- Discount Tire Direct
- Discount Tire or Cheap Tire
- Walmart Tires
- Sears Tires
- Tire Rack
- Amazon Tires
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