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Tire blow outs lead to an unfortunate number of accidents and injuries on Florida roadways each year. The National Highway Traffic Administration estimates that more than 20,000 accidents are caused by tire failure throughout the United States each year. In many cases, accidents caused by tire blow outs could be prevented with additional care on the vehicle owner’s behalf or increased scrutiny on quality by the tire manufacturer.

If you or a loved one have been injured in a car accident caused by a tire blow out, it is important to speak to an attorney about your right to pursue compensation for your losses. At The Law Offices of Michael B. Morsillo, Esq., we leverage more than 20 years of experience to represent Ft. Lauderdale tire blow out accident victims. Our knowledge of the law and skills during negotiation and litigation have allowed us to recover compensation for victims suffering a wide range of injuries in tire blow out crashes, including:

  • Broken bones
  • Neck and head injuries
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Amputation and loss of limb
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Paralysis
  • Loss of life

How do tire blowouts occur?

Predicting a tire blowout is all but impossible. In many cases, tires fail at high speeds, or while under high stress.

Tire blow out accidents can be caused by a wide range of factors, including:

  • Tire pressure issues: Tires that are over-inflated or under-inflated are at risk of a blow out. Maintaining the proper tire pressure mandated by the manufacturer is vital to the safe operation of any vehicle. In these cases, the vehicle owner may be held liable for losses resulting from an accident.
  • Poor maintenance: Vehicle owners who fail to replace tires at the proper time may be driving with unsafe tires. The older a tire becomes, the weaker it becomes. The likelihood of a tire blowout increases as tires age and weaken. Maintenance is the responsibility of the vehicle owner, meaning that the owner may be liable for damages.
  • Manufacturer defects: Companies that manufacture tires are held to strict safety regulations; the tires they produce and market must meet these requirements. If a tire is defective from the factory, and gets past quality control, the chances of a blow out increase dramatically. If the tire can be proven to be defective, the manufacturer holds liability for all losses resulting from a blow out crash.

Whatever the cause, tire blowouts are extremely dangerous events that often lead to serious accidents.

We won’t back down from tire manufacturers

Victims who have suffered injuries because of a defective tire often face an uphill battle during the pursuit of compensation. In many cases, tire manufacturers employ large legal teams to protect against personal injury claims. These legal teams employ high-pressure tactics to attempt to persuade victims into dropping a claim or settling for far less compensation than they deserve.

Our staff has handled many cases involving high-powered legal teams, and has come away with favorable resolutions for many clients. Our knowledge of the law and our extensive negotiation and litigation skills allow us to take on even the most complicated cases under the most challenging conditions. Throughout your legal proceedings, we fight to recover the just compensation you are entitled to, and never advise you to accept an inadequate settlement offer or back down from a fight.

Schedule a free consultation with our Ft. Lauderdale tire blow out accident attorney

If you have been injured in a tire blowout accident, it is important to take legal action as quickly as possible. Retaining an attorney immediately after an accident improves your chances of obtaining compensation for all of your losses, including medical care, lost wages, pain and suffering and more.

At The Law Offices of Michael B. Morsillo, Esq., we provide free, no-obligation consultations to give you the opportunity to discuss your case. We also provide our services on a contingency-fee basis, meaning that you are not responsible for legal fees unless we help you recover compensation.

Call 954-202-0408 or contact us online to discuss your case and your legal options during a free consultation with our Ft. Lauderdale tire blowout accident lawyer.