Tire Blowout, Legal Blowup?

Tire blowouts are many things: scary, unpredictable, and sudden. They often cause damage to your car and others. For thousands of Americans every year, tire blowouts kill.


A burst tire with a rapid loss of air pressure, commonly known as a blowout, is often the result of competing causes. Too much or too little air pressure in the tire can cause the tire to wear unevenly, creating a weak spot in the tire that leads to what engineers often call catastrophic failure. Additional stressors include excessive weight on the tire, an object striking the tire at highway speeds, or a small puncture in the tire that allows the tire to “bleed” air until friction causes a secondary failure.


Obviously, many of these causes are related to a driver’s own responsibility for carefully maintaining his vehicle and driving safely. However, it’s important to realize that other contributing factors may also cause tire blowouts, such as improper and unsafe procedures by the mechanic that installed your tire or imprudent design and marketing by the tire manufacturer.


The competing reasons for a tire blowout and resulting injuries can be the basis for intense litigation. In a number of cases, a tire blowout causes a legal blowup, where a driver is left wondering whether they can successfully find a remedy for their injuries. To handle this kind of blowup, you need a dedicated and experienced attorney who is prepared to guide your claims and fight for your legal interests. Fortunately, the attorneys at Fears | Nachawati are prepared to do just that. Call us today for your free consultation.


About the Author

Attorney Majed Nachawati, who grew up in the D/FW metroplex, provides experienced, vigorous counsel to victims like you. That’s why Mr. Nachawati has been recognized as a Super Lawyer and Top Lawyer in Wrongful Death and Serious Personal Injury Cases across the nation. He has recovered millions for his clients and is a member of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and the American Association of Justice. To discuss your case with Mr. Nachawati, contact him by email at mn@fnlawfirm.com or by phone at 1.866.705.7584. His legal background is featured at:



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