Wausau Defective Tire Lawyers

The tires and rims of your vehicle may be much more important than you think. Many people take these parts of their car for granted and don’t stop to consider the dangers of defective tires and rims. More often than not, these defects are not apparent until it is too late and the result may lead to serious injury, expensive medical bills, property damage, or even death. If tires and rims malfunction or break while you are driving, the chance that you will be involved in an automobile accident is very high. Tire and belt separation is caused when the piles of a tire separate from one another. This separation may cause your tire to blow out and is one of the most common tire defects that cause hundreds of injuries each year. If your tires or rims have been negligently manufactured, resulting in your injury, contact a lawyer immediately to learn about your legal options.

Common tire and rim defects:

  • Tire tread separation
  • Tire blowouts
  • Tire recalls
  • Tire and rim explosions

The personal injury law firm of Habush Habush & Rottier, S.C. offers 12 office locations throughout Wisconsin. With exceptional attorneys at each location, Habush Habush & Rottier, S.C. has been providing legal assistance to the people of Wisconsin for many years. The Wausau tire and rim defect lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier, S.C. have successfully fought against the large manufacturing companies and auto dealers in the past and are ready to hear the details of your case. Your initial consultation costs nothing at all and provides you the opportunity to have your case evaluated and your questions answered. If a negligent manufacturer has caused your injuries, you owe it to yourself to learn more about your legal options. Contact the Wausau tire and rim defects lawyers today to schedule your free consultation.

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