Trucks and 18-wheelers are much larger than the average commercial vehicle, making them significantly heavier as well. Because of this, they require more support than other vehicles, which is provided by greater number of tires. Despite the increased number of tires, each truck tire is essential to its stability and overall functionality. If a tire should be compromised, the driver may not able to safely handle their truck. When a truck’s tires are not regularly inspected and maintained or are not made properly, they could unexpectedly malfunction, causing a severe accident.
If you were injured in a trucking accident because of a tire defect, you may have the legal option to file a lawsuit. A Racine tire defects attorney of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. can help you determine what your legal options are for pursuing the financial compensation that you may deserve. Call our office today at 800-242-2874.
Due to their size and weight, trucks and 18-wheelers require a large number of tires in order to give their drivers a sufficient amount of control over them. Without those tires, the truck and its load would become unstable and uncontrollable. Following are several dangers of a defective tire:
A defective truck tire could cause a dangerous car accident, potentially resulting in severe injuries and significant property damage for everyone involved.
If you have been injured in a trucking accident caused by a defective tire, the tire manufacturer or trucking company may be accountable for your medical bills and other losses. Contact a Racine tire defects lawyer of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. to ensure that your interests are protected. A member of our staff is available to discuss your situation today at 800-242-2874.