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Shredded Tires And FL Accidents


Sometimes drivers are not aware of their tire being defective or realize it is wearing down but don’t know it is worn to the point of falling apart. But worn tires need to be taken seriously, there are times when an unexpected impact will lead to a tire exploding or being torn apart. Tire blowouts are dangerous for the individual operating the vehicle and the rubber debris that flies through the air creates accident risks.

If you were involved in a collision prompted by tattered tire debris in Clearwater, Hudson, Tampa, talk to an attorney about possible financial recovery. There may be complications in your settlement negotiations, particularly if it is unclear who is the at-fault party, but a lawyer can guide you through the process and connect you with the best possible outcome given the evidence involved.

Reasons Why Tires Explode and Shred

Tires are not designed to last forever. A mix of mesh material and rubber, tires are made with mesh to provide structure and strength, so they can last a long time without tearing apart, but the rubber and mesh do wear out over time. This can happen from a range of reasons, such as improper maintenance to manufacturing defects.

Some situations that can prompt a tire blowout:

  • Temperature changes lead to a tire under or over inflating
  • Tire tread is worn too low, leading to bald tires
  • Road traveled on is broken with potholes and other hazards
  • Vehicle is overloaded, creating strain on tires

Lawyers, insurance adjusters, and other accident specialists know how to assess the documentation gathered after a vehicular collision. They will determine how the accident happened and if there are people or parties that could be held responsible for financial damages connected to the wreck.

Naturally, cases can be complicated when a truck sheds tire debris and continues to travel, leaving an accident in its wake. That said, there are ways to hold reckless parties accountable. There could be cameras in the vicinity that document the accident. And if the trucking company did not maintain their fleet, leading to the tire shedding rubber, they may be deemed negligent.

Share Your Tire Shred Collision Facts with an Attorney

Talk to a Florida personal injury lawyer about your tire shred accident. If your vehicle was struck by tire debris and you believe a trucking company should be held accountable, you need a skilled attorney to help you with truck claims, they can be complicated and the trucking company legal teams may be reducing or denying your settlement.

Did you sustain an accident injury when you suddenly came across a shredded Florida tire? You may be able to access a monetary settlement for accident injury expenses and property damage costs. Talk to an experienced lawyer about possible paths to financial compensation. To have the individual details of your case assessed, talk to the skilled attorneys at Roman & Roman. Our team of personal injury lawyers have over 100 years of combined experience, schedule your no-obligation, free consultation today.

Although the law firm of Roman & Roman has offices in Clearwater, Hudson and Tampa, we handle cases and claims throughout  Florida. We also meet personally with our clients if at all possible, rather than impersonally over the phone or on the Internet.

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