Did Defective Tires Cause Your Car Accident?
Because so much is riding on your tires. Michelin got that right. But tire manufacturers don’t always get it right, and the consequences can be catastrophic. Since the turn of the century, when the federal government helped force Firestone to initiate one of the largest consumer recalls in U.S. history, we have understood the importance of safe, quality tires.
We have also learned that with proper design and careful manufacturing, passenger tires can be made in a way that virtually guarantees that they will not come apart on the road. But too often manufacturers cut corners and simply refuse to build these key safety features into their tires. Or the manufacturing plants get in a rush and build tires with splicing or curing flaws that make it out the door and onto the shelves.
The lawyers at Marsh, Rickard & Bryan, P.C., have built a reputation in this complex and expensive area of litigation: We have taken on Michelin, Goodyear, Continental, Cooper and others. We won a monumental Supreme Court decision, Ex parte Cooper Tire, that has made it virtually impossible for manufactures to hide key documents like they have done in other states.
We Have The Experience And Resources Needed To Win
Tire manufacturers are large and successful companies with deep pockets. To overcome those advantages, you need a strong team of attorneys and technical experts on your side. As a successful product liability law firm, we have the financial resources needed to fund investigations by leading experts in tire design and manufacturing. We have a successful record in cases involving defective vehicle components and a reputation for our trial advocacy skills. Marsh, Rickard & Bryan, P.C., will work diligently to build a strong and successful case for you.
Free Consultation With A Lawyer
For a free case evaluation about a defective tire case, contact Marsh, Rickard & Bryan, P.C.