How to Hold Tire Companies Responsible
Even though the nation’s leading tire manufacturing companies make millions of dollars in profits, some of them often cut corners and reduce the quality of their tires. This can result in car accidents, which can leave victims seriously injured. If you have been injured due to defective tires, an attorney from our firm can help you prepare and file a manufacturer lawsuit. This will not only make the tire company monetarily responsible for your injuries, it can also help prevent other accidents from occurring. Legal action taken against these companies has resulted in tire recalls, has alerted the public to the dangers of defective tires, and has forced companies to reevaluate their manufacturing methods.
Experienced and Reliable Legal Representation, Coast to Coast
At The Ammons Law Firm LLP, our legal team is well versed and knowledgeable in all areas of tire defect litigation. Some of the theories used by other firms to prove the role defective tires played in an accident originated with our firm. We continue to work closely with this evidence in an effort to help our clients obtain the compensation they need and deserve. With more than 20 years of experience, our legal team has successfully handled tire litigation cases against nearly every major tire manufacturer, including companies such as Firestone, Michelin, Continental Tire, Cooper Tire, Kumho Tire, General Tire, BFGoodrich, Uniroyal and Titan Tire. We are not intimidated by large corporations and their team of attorneys.
Whether you or a loved one has been injured in an accident that can be attributed to defective tires, our firm can help. As our client, we will do everything possible to protect your rights as a consumer and an injured victim. We have won $922 Million in verdicts and settlements for past clients. Learn what we can do for you by contacting us today to discuss your legal matter during a case consultation.
- Les Schwab
- Discount Tires
- Pep Boys
- BF Goodrich
- Cooper Tire
- General Tire
To discuss your case and to learn more about your legal options, we welcome you to contact a tire defect attorney at The Ammons Law Firm by calling (713) 489-3155.