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Blow outs and tire tread separations caused by defective tires often lead to serious accidents on the road, especially if the vehicle involved is an SUV or large truck or if the vehicle is traveling at fast, highway speeds. In these situations, the vehicle can roll over and cause serious injuries or death to the driver and passengers, cause expensive damage to your vehicle, or cause the vehicle to collide with other vehicles on the road. Charpentier Law Firm, P.A., represents victims of defective tires in Central Florida, Melbourne, Titusville, and Cocoa who need qualified and experienced defective tires lawyers. Our defective tires attorneys work tirelessly to ensure that their clients receive fair compensation for the losses they have suffered as a consequence of a company’s or manufacturer’s negligence.
There are many potential flaws that can lead to a tire being determined defective. These include:
Once a company or manufacturer discovers that its product is defective, it must issue a recall on the product, making consumers aware of the defects and requiring them to replace the defective tires with ones that are safe. However, for those consumers who suffered minor to severe injuries in an accident due to negligence on the part of the tire manufacturer, this recall comes too little, too late.
The defective tires lawyers at our offices in Melbourne, Titusville, and Cocoa are known throughout Central Florida for their aggressive representation of personal injury victims and their families. Contact Charpentier Law Firm, P.A., today to schedule a review of your defective product case.
Find out if you have a viable car accident case. Contact our auto accident lawyers at our Melbourne, Titusville, and Cocoa offices in central Florida for a case review.
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