Are Your Tires Putting You At-Risk?
Cars require a number of safety features in order to ensure that any passengers and their lives are adequately protected from either being involved in an accident or being severely injured in the event an accident occurs. Tires are one of the most important parts of a car when it comes to your safety and the performance of your vehicle. Unfortunately, there are many ways in which a manufacturer can put drivers at-risk by providing defective or poorly made tires.
The ramifications of an accident caused by defective tires can be numerous and serious. Your entire life can be affected and you may not know what to do when you have suffered in such a way. That is why the Kenosha auto defect lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. make it a priority to advise those persons in your situation of all their legal options. We can fight for the financial compensation and justice that you deserve. Contact us by calling 800-242-2874 today.
Checking for Defective Tires
It is always important to carefully check the condition of your tires in order to prevent a serious accident from happening. However, many people are not well-informed enough to ably check their tires for defects. Certain steps, such as the ones below, can be taken to make sure your tires are in adequate condition:
- Fill the tires to the optimum air pressure and listen or feel for leaking air to make sure there are no leaks
- Check the treads and the inner lining of the tire to make sure it is completely connected
- Check for bulging of the walls and for dry or cracked edges
If your tires display any of the above defects, your car may be extremely susceptible for serious car accidents, such as rollovers. Regardless, if you are hurt in an accident attributable to a tire defect, a civil lawsuit against the manufacturer may be in order.
If you have been the victim of a crash caused by a tire maker’s negligence, we can help. Contact the Kenosha auto defect attorneys of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. to speak with a lawyer who can help you get the compensation you may deserve by calling 800-242-2874.