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About Tire Blowout Lawsuits

One of the most common causes of SUV rollovers is tire blowouts. Because of their high center of gravity and top-heavy design, if an SUV experiences a tire blowout at high speed, it is far more likely to roll over than a car. Ford recently recalled a large number of Ford Explorers to replace the factory installed Firestone tires that had been involved in numerous rollover accidents resulting in many deaths and serious injuries. Many victims of the Ford Explorer rollovers have successfully sued both Ford and Firestone for significant damages.

In the case of the Ford/Firestone lawsuits, the claims not only involved the design flaws in the Ford Explorer, but also design flaws in the Firestone tires themselves. The design flaws alleged in these lawsuits included the likelihood of tread separation and blowouts at high speeds and high temperatures, which increased the likelihood of a rollover. The lawsuits allege that the design flaws were exacerbated by Ford’s recommendation for a low tire pressure. The low tire pressure allegedly improved the smoothness of the ride, but increased the likelihood of a dangerous blowout at high speed.

If you or a loved one has been seriously injured in a rollover accident caused by a tire blowout, please e-mail us to speak with an experienced tire blowout lawyer. There is no charge for the consultation and we only get paid if you are compensated for your loss or injury.

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