Who Is Responsible for Tire Defects?
When a tire manufacturer doesn’t properly inspect the tires they produce for defects and ends up placing the product on the market for consumers to purchase and use, they can be held liable for any injuries the product inflicts. This means the manufacturer will be responsible for the damages incurred by the consumer. This is called “strict liability.”
You can file a strict liability claim for the following things:
- Design Defects
- Manufacturing Defects
- Product Label Defect
- Misleading Marketing
If you file a successful defective tire claim, you can recover financial compensation for your injuries and other types of losses, including:
- Lost Wages
- Property Damage
- Medical Expenses
Consult with A Savannah Defective Tires Attorney Today.
At Brooks Law Office, our lawyers have a well-established reputation and a proven track record of securing positive case results for clients throughout Georgia. Although it can be difficult to establish a manufacturer’s liability for a defective tire case, our experienced law firm knows which legal strategies produce the best outcomes. Let us review your case and explain what legal options are available for you today.