Kenosha Tire Defects Attorneys

Tire defects are responsible for a number of vehicle accidents every year in the United States. These accidents can be more serious when they involve an 18-wheeler truck due to the large size, momentum and power of these vehicles. In order to do their utmost to prevent accidents from occurring due to tire malfunctions, tire manufacturers should always be careful when designing and making their tires. Otherwise, both the driver and others on the road may suffer the devastating repercussions of an accident with an 18-wheeler truck.

Truck accidents usually cause victims undue physical, emotional, and financial suffering, something for which the negligent tire manufacturer or designer should be held responsible if malfunctioning tires were the cause of the accident. If you have endured such an accident, call the experienced Kenosha tire defects attorneys of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. at 800-242-2874 to discuss your legal options for pursuing compensation and how we may be able to help you.

Common Defects

While there are a number of ways in which a tire can be made improperly or malfunction, some of the most common include the following:

  • Tire Blowout
  • Tread Separation
  • Sidewall Bulge
  • Explosion / Air Pressure Issues

All of these defects could lead to a serious truck accident, and more people than just the driver of the truck may be injured. But victims of a truck accident should not have to face their related costs on their own; they may be entitled to financial compensation to help them cope with the costs that they’ve incurred due to their accident, such as vehicle repair costs and medical costs.

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Those whose negligent actions have caused a truck accident should shoulder the financial burdens related to the accident. Thus, if you have been hurt because a truck’s tires were defective and caused an accident, contact an experienced Kenosha tire defects lawyer of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. today by calling our office at 800-242-2874. Our dedicated legal team will review your situation with you and help you understand your legal options.