Nashville Tire Defect Attorney
Accident Caused by Bad Tires? Call a Firm Voted "Best Law Firms"
in Product Liability!
Tire companies have known for years that they can be held accountable when
defective equipment causes a serious
motor vehicle accident. Because tires play such a critical role in the functioning of a vehicle,
they can be the cause of absolutely catastrophic accidents should they
malfunction. For example, if a tire explodes on a bus or tractor trailer,
it can cause serious injury or death. At Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge,
we are dedicated to helping the victims of such accidents fight for the
financial compensation that they deserve. Our team of lawyers is familiar
with the type of proof needed in tire defect and tire explosion cases—especially
as it relates to a commercial bus or tractor trailer accident—and
we are ready to help our clients protect their legal rights.
Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation. We serve clients throughout Tennessee.
What Happens to Cause Tire Defects?
When a tire is defectively manufactured, or improperly fitted or placed,
the tire tread can come apart. If there is a rapid loss of air in a tire,
it can result in either a tire blowout or an explosion. When this happens
at highway or interstate speeds, the tire blowout can lead to a
bus accident, SUV rollover, or tractor-trailer accident causing
catastrophic injuries and/or multiple deaths. If a company knows that its tires are prone to
tire tread defects or other failures, it should take reasonable action,
such as arranging for a product recall. Our firm is here to hold them
accountable and pursue full and fair compensation for people injured by
the product defects.
How We Get Results in Tire Explosion Cases
We know it is vitally important to get started right away gathering the
evidence to build a case. This means launching an immediate investigation
to enlist experts who will examine the tires, wheels, the bus, tractor-trailer
or other vehicles as well as the accident scene—and obtain the vehicle's
black box if there is one.
To schedule a free and detailed consultation, contact our firm online or give us a call at (615) 933-2893.