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Defective Tires

Millions of tires have been recalled in recent years due to dangerous defects. Many of these tires are dangerous because tire tread separation may occur when in use, when the tread separates from the tire itself due to design or manufacturing defects. Tire tread separation may occur after heavy wear to the tires and improper inflation, but a defective tire may separate while still relatively new and inflated properly.

In certain cases, tread separation may cause a tire blowout, while in other cases of tread separation the tire may stay inflated. In either situation, the driver is at risk for an accident and may need to perform emergency maneuvering to regain control of the vehicle and avoid a serious accident.

In the event that an SUV or 15 passenger van is equipped with defective tires, the driver and passengers are at an increased risk for accidents because the vehicle's higher center of gravity makes it more prone to rollover accidents. Tire tread separation may occur at a variety of speeds, including speeds as low as 20 miles per hour.

One major tire recall occurred in 2000, when Bridgestone/Firestone, Inc. recalled close to 7,000,000 Firestone ATX, Firestone ATX II, and Wilderness AT tires. The recalled tire models have been associated with more than 200 deaths and 700 injuries throughout the country.

An auto manufacturer who uses cheap materials in order to save money may be putting consumers at risk producing dangerously low quality products.

Tire manufacturers must be held liable for the injuries and fatalities that are caused by the tires that they produce.

If you or a loved one has suffered serious injuries as the result of a defective tire, you should seek the advice of an experienced and skillful auto product liability lawyer immediately.

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