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Missouri Tire Blow Out Accident Attorney

When a car or truck tire blows at high speed, the driver of the vehicle can lose control, resulting in a serious or deadly accident. But tires don’t blow out on their own. They usually fail because of faulty design, manufacturing defect or debris left on the road. When an accident is caused by these types of negligence, the accident victim can claim compensation for financial losses and non-economic losses such as pain and suffering.

The Roberts Law Firm, P.C. is a personal injury firm with extensive experience in accident cases involving tire blowouts, defective truck equipment and other acts of negligence. The firm has the legal, technical and financial resources needed to succeed in these challenging cases and works diligently to obtain the best possible result for every client.

Contact The Roberts Law Firm, P.C. for a free consultation with a lawyer about a defective tire case.

Important — Do not dispose of the tire, any tire fragments or the vehicle itself. This is evidence that is vital to your case.

Building the Case for Compensation

A tire manufacturer has the legal responsibility to produce a product that is safe for use on interstates, highways and roads. These product liability cases require careful investigation by experts in tire design, materials engineering and other disciplines. The Roberts Law Firm, P.C. has access to leading specialists in this field, and it will form a team consisting of one or more engineers, lawyers and other professionals. Step by step, the firm will document the negligence of the tire manufacturer or other parties, and work to build a strong and successful case for you. The goal of The Roberts Law Firm, P.C. will be to obtain maximum compensation for all your losses.

Free Consultation With an Attorney

Contact The Roberts Law Firm, P.C. for a free consultation with an experienced Missouri tire defect attorney.

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