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Page Updated 12/12/2021

Los Angeles Tire Blowout Lawyers

A tire blowout can lead to serious car crashes depending on the vehicle’s speed. Our Los Angeles injury lawyers assist people like you in bringing insurance claims and lawsuits against the at-fault manufacture, driver, and trucking company responsible.

Tire manufacturers have a duty of care towards their customers. They must ensure that the tires that leave their manufacturing plant are safe to use and durable.

If You Suffered A Car Accident With A Blown Out Tire, Call Ehline Law

  • Are Tire Blowouts a Concern for Drivers?
  • Legal Obligations of a Tire Manufacturer
  • Product Liability Cases for a Defective Tire
  • Do You Need a Lawyer for your Blown Tire Accident?

If you have gotten hurt because of a tire defect and are unsure who to hold accountable, contact Ehline Law and our Los Angeles tire explosion lawyers. Get a free case evaluation today!

Are Tire Blowouts Really a Concern for Drivers?

A tire blown out after a late recall product or manufacturing tire defect creates the premise for a legal case that tire injury victims can pursue. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports more than 700 accidents from tire blowouts annually in the country.

Tire blowouts occur with the immediate release of air that leads to an exploded tire. This affects the vehicle’s handling, which can cause it to crash.

When defective tires release air fast, the vehicle not only loses control and can hit other cars but also pedestrians nearby. This can lead to a major catastrophe. Manufacturing defects in a tire take control from the driver’s hand completely, and this is why the law holds manufacturing companies accountable for tire defect cases. A slow leak caused by a tire can make underinflated tires fail.

When the tire blows, you may not even know how the tire failure occurred. In Southern California, the tire manufacturer will blame poor road infrastructure or potholes, so you can’t prove liability for auto accidents arising from adhesion failures, detreading, shredding, tire separation, or blowouts.

Legal Obligations of a Tire Manufacturer

Tire manufactures are legally bound to recall any tires with tire defects that may result in a potential car accident. The company must also pay consumers (now possibly injured vehicle occupants from a tire-related auto accident) for the recall or refund of their purchases to avoid a loss at the buyer’s end upon a show of proof.

However, that is not the case in the majority of the blowouts and collisions witnessed across the United States. Upon investigation, it is usually found that tire manufacturers have not issued a notice to consumers for a product recall resulting in tire blowout accidents, sometimes fatal depending on the individual case.

To avoid any car accidents from your recent tire purchases, frequently check the online NHTSA database to see whether or not a tire manufacturer has issued notice for a tire recall or related components before you blow your tire out.

Product Liability Cases for a Defective Tire

For product liability, victims of a car accident must prove the following:

  • The incident was due to a defective tire causing tread separation at low or high speeds
  • The driver was following the traffic rules and driving sensibly when manufacturing defect problems caused a puncture, making the vehicle ultimately lose control.
  • The tire was not altered either by the driver or the seller to undermine complex accident reconstruction efforts.

Do You Need a Lawyer for your Tire Blowout Accident?

Tire blowout cases are very technical cases as the victim must prove product liability before they can file a product liability lawsuit. For such cases, independent investigations are the only way to determine the cause of the tire blowout. An experienced law firm has the right team of experts to help determine the cause, evaluate the damages, and file claims.

There can be situations where the manufacturer may not be responsible. The tire pressure can be low due to the maintenance shop where you filled your tires up or perhaps because you didn’t realize the tire pressure is getting low because of faulty electronics in your car.

Such complications can occur in any type of case, and an expert attorney can help determine the cause of the tire blowout. (older tires, uneven tread, poor tire design defect, etc.)

What Makes Us Different?

We engage with specialists in tire design and manufacture production to establish liability in these instances. We also consult with physicians, vocational experts, economists, and life care planners as part of our team method. Our goal is to get you the most money possible by taking a multidisciplinary approach.

Our Super Lawyers have over 30 years of combined experience. We’ll gather the evidence you need to win big in your claim. We’ll deal with the insurance companies to pursue the compensation you or your loved one deserve for your product liability case. Consult with us right away to avoid blowing the statute of limitations.

Schedule a Free Case Review Today

Do you need to recover compensation for a legal obligation for an accident caused by another, not of your making? (design defects, etc.) For more information and legal advice about these complex cases, contact us at (213) 596-9642. Get a free consultation with one of our attorneys.

Our Los Angeles injury lawyers foster a positive attorney-client relationship keeping you updated on all the legal processes, negotiation phase, and any settlement offers made by the insurers. You can even visit any one of our offices across California for a free legal consultation with an expert Los Angeles tire blowout attorney today!

We will help you and your passengers understand your rights to drive safely.

Our experienced lawyers will also discuss your rights to compensation for lost wages, medical bills, and other damages caused by the manufacturer’s fault as an entitled tort claims victim in California state.


Ehline Law Firm - Personal Injury Attorneys, APLC
Attorney at Law
Michael P. Ehline Esq,
Downtown Los Angeles Corporate Offices

Downtown Los Angeles Office
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Los Angeles, CA 90071

Ehline Law Firm - Personal Injury Attorneys, APLC
Attorney at Law

Michael P. Ehline Esq,

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