Tire Tread Separation Lawyers

Tire Tread SeparationUnfortunately, tires can and do sit on store shelves for years and years yet are still ultimately sold to the consumer as new. There are no age restrictions on tires for sale in the United States. A retailer can sell a ten year old tire as a new tire. In truth, tires have a useful life of no more than six years. Never buy a tire that is more than four years old!

We and our co-counsel have proven that tire manufacturers and automobile manufacturers have known of the dangers of aged tires since the 60's. They have done nothing to warn consumers of the dangers of an aged tire or to warn them not to buy a tire beyond its expiration date.

You can check the tire’s age by checking the identification number on the side wall that begins with the letters DOT. The last four digits represent the week and year the tire was manufactured.

Nadrich & Cohen and its co-counsel have decades of experience successfully winning tire detread and tire tread separation cases against the tire industry on behalf of serious injury victims. If you or a loved one purchased an aged tire, and there was a tire tread separation or tire detread that caused a serious injury, let us help you. Our tire tread separation lawyers are waiting for your call.

Remember, there are deadlines for filing a claim. Act now - call us today. Do not delay. We have a team including lawyers, doctors, nurses and paralegals waiting to help you.

Nadrich & Cohen law firm with its partners on behalf of tire defect victims have handled many tire tread, tire detread, and tread separation cases, resulting in the recovery of over a hundred million dollars on these types of cases alone. Remember, tire defects are responsible for thousands of injuries and deaths every year. These are mostly due to tread separations and blowouts. Since these cases are very expensive to pursue, we only prove tire defect cases where the injuries are very serious or catastrophic. In order for us to succeed in a tire injury case, we will invest hundreds of thousands of dollars in hiring tire experts, including biomechanical engineers, vehicle dynamics, seatbelts, human factors, metallurgists, and others.

We are experienced tire attorneys and handle tire related cases in California and with our partners/co-counsel throughout the nation.

The most common tire defect cases are bead failures, hang-up or tire mismatch problems. The bead is the tire portion which comes into contact with the wheel. Bead failure occurs at the splice of the bead bundle. There is a separation of the bead, as a result. Most bead failures are caused by small tires that are stored in the storage department or trunk.

Tread and belt separations occur when a steel belted radial tire loses its tread and its steel belts, causing a loss of control resulting in a roll-over or serious crash. What happens is that the top steel belt usually comes off after the tread is lost. This is usually accompanied by a sudden loud noise and vibration. In an automobile, these rear tire blowouts are very difficult to control. They frequently cause rollovers, especially in vans and SUV’s. Often, the car/truck is pulled to the blown tire side, and, when the driver attempts to correct, he loses control and the vehicle leaves the road.

Most of the time, tire and belt separation are caused by certain components used in the manufacturing of the tire, including weak rubber compounds, poor rubber, or rust. When the steel belt edges become weak, the weakness or loosening proceeds to the center of the tire, ultimately leading to the tread becoming loose as it peels off the tire.

If you or a loved one was involved in a tire detread or tire tread separation causing serious injuries or death in California or nationwide, please contact the Law Offices of Nadrich & Cohen immediately. We have experts available ready to handle your case. You need to have an experienced, successful tire tread separation/detread law firm to help you. There are time limitations so you must act immediately.

You can reach us at 1-800-718-4658 seven days a week, 24 hours a day, or email us at the email inquiry at the right.

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