South Florida Tire Blowout Accident Lawyers
Our Car Accident Attorneys Understand the Dangers Involved in Tire Blowout Accidents in Palm Beach County, Broward County, and Throughout South Florida
Tire blowout accidents can be particularly shocking because they are often caused through no fault of the driver, or by a maintenance issue of which the driver was not even aware. In many cases, the shock of a tire blowout accident is magnified by the involvement of a tractor-trailer or other large commercial vehicle. When a vehicle’s tire treads separate, the driver will likely lose control of the vehicle, which can be particularly dangerous when driving at high speeds or in poor weather conditions. Tire blowouts are frequent contributors to vehicle rollover accidents and other dangerous, potentially fatal accidents.
In pursuing compensatory damages as a result of injuries sustained in a car accident caused by a tire blowout, it is important to choose a lawyer who understands both the personal injury aspects of the case and the product defect ramifications. At Gonzalez & Cartwright, P.A., our South Florida tire blowout accident lawyers have significant experience both in evaluating the negligence issues involved in a personal injury case and in investigating to determine whether a faulty product contributed to the auto accident. This allows us to negotiate to maximize the level of compensation that you will be entitled to following the accident. After a tire blowout accident, your first concern should be focusing on your full physical recovery. Contact our dedicated team of attorneys so that we can begin focusing on your financial recovery during this difficult time.
Common Causes of Tire Blowouts on Ft. Lauderale Roads
Like everything else, tires on a car begin to wear with age, and Florida’s hot weather, salty air, and sunshine can actually contribute to the deterioration of a vehicle’s tires. Proper maintenance is crucial to ensuring that the tires on a vehicle are safe for driving, but many drivers are either unaware of this maintenance need or choose to ignore the issue. In addition to general age and wear, and inadequate maintenance, some common causes of tire blowouts include:
- Improper installation: If the vehicle’s tires are not properly installed or mounted, the chances that a tire will blow out are increased.
- Product defects: In some cases, the tire manufacturer will use substandard materials to make the tire, causing the tire to go bald more quickly than expected.
- Poor adhesion: Poor adhesion is a subset of the product defects category, and it occurs when the tire’s components do not bond properly during manufacture.
- Poor assembly: If the tire itself was assembled improperly, the likelihood of a tire blowout accident is increased.
- Inflation: Tires that are over-inflated or under-inflated are more likely to cause a tire blowout accident.
- Improper warnings: Manufacturers may fail to properly warn consumers that their tires will need to be replaced after a certain amount of time, contributing to the cause of a tire blowout accident.
Determining the exact cause of a tire blowout accident often requires expert scientific analysis of the vehicle. Our Sunrise attorneys are experienced in working with these experts in order to determine whether a product defect contributed to the accident and to strengthen your claim for recovery.
Why Choose Gonzalez & Cartwright, P.A. to Protect Your Rights If You Were Injured Because of a Tire Blowout?
Many tire blowout accidents involve tractor-trailers, semi-trucks, or other commercial vehicles that spend long stretches of time on the highways. These drivers are often pressured to meet strict delivery deadlines, which can motivate them to neglect the maintenance of their vehicles that is mandated by federal laws. In these types of tire blowout accident cases, our tire blowout attorneys in FL will investigate the trucking company’s policies and procedures, as well as their safety record, to determine whether a lawsuit against the driver’s employer may be appropriate.
In every case, our experienced Sunrise attorneys fight to recover economic damages, which cover the costs of your medical care, lost wages, and rehabilitation expenses, as well as non-economic damages for the pain and suffering that the tire blowout accident has caused.
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When recovering from injuries sustained in a tire blowout accident, you need an attorney who you can trust to aggressively negotiate on your behalf. We are a South Florida business with a reputation for protecting our clients’ rights throughout the local community of Palm Beach County and Broward County, Florida. If you would like to discuss your options, contact our offices to speak to an experienced personal injury attorney today. We offer a free initial consultation to all of our clients, and, for your convenience, we are available to schedule appointments during the evening or on weekends. We have our main office located at 813 Lucerne Ave, Lake Worth, FL 33460, as well as an office in Pompano Beach, Florida.
Car Accident Legal Services in Areas Nearby
- Coral Springs Car Accidents
- Deerfield Beach Car Accidents
- Fort Lauderdale Car Accidents
- Pembroke Pines Car Accidents
- Pompano Beach Car Accidents
- Boca Raton Car Accidents
- Boynton Beach Car Accidents
- Delray Beach Car Accidents
- Lake Worth Car Accidents
- Palm Beach Gardens Car Accidents
- West Palm Beach Car Accidents
Office Locations in Areas Nearby
Broward County Office
Palm Beach County Offices
- 813 Lucerne Ave, Lake Worth, FL 33460
- 1645 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd, Suite 1200-A, West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (BY APPT. ONLY)
Frequently Asked Questions About South Florida Tire Blowout Accidents
After a tire blowout accident, the responsible party may not be immediately apparent. Our experienced attorneys will consult with experts and investigate your tire blowout accident in order to identify the causes of the accident. Potentially negligent parties may include the vehicle owner, the driver, the driver’s employer, or the companies that manufactured the tire itself.
Even if it was your tire that blew out and caused the accident, a lawsuit may be possible against the manufacturer for a defective product or for failure to warn. Our experienced car accident attorneys can help evaluate your case and determine whether you are likely to recover compensation, usually via a settlement with the company itself.