Truck Tire Blowouts and Injuries
When a Truck Tire Blows Out
There is a reason why regulations require that truck tires be checked frequently and replaced when the tread grows too thin. If a tire blowout happens, it can result in a truck accident. The truck could careen out of control and collide with another motor vehicle. In some cases, the tread from the truck tire is thrown into traffic behind the truck, and that is what causes the accident. A motor vehicle may hit the tire tread and go out of control, or the driver may try to dodge the road hazard and end up colliding with someone else on the road.
At Rittgers & Rittgers, our Cincinnati personal injury lawyers have more than 30 years of experience determining who was responsible and recovering compensation for victims of truck tire blowouts and injuries. Count on us to help you get the money you need for medical bills and all other costs.
Who Can Be Held Responsible?
Who is responsible for a truck tire blowout accident? That is what our investigation is designed to reveal. Perhaps the driver failed to conduct the required inspection of the tires before taking the truck on the road. Perhaps the trucking company failed to change the truck tires properly. It is even possible that the truck tires used were defective. Our attorneys have the experience to handle defective truck tire cases and all other tire blowout claims.
When we prepare truck tire blowout cases, we may need to bring highly technical evidence into play. Our resources include a network of experts on the subject matter who are frequently involved in the personal injury cases we handle. The bottom line is that we will get everything we need to make your case successful in negotiation or trial.