Cooper Tire Recall Lawyer

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Because of its major role in recalling millions of defective Ford Explorer and Firestone tires in 2001, Willis Law Firm received the prestigious Steven J. Sharp Award. It brings 30 years of experience to its board-certified services, which, in addition to litigation, includes evidence perusal in involved vehicles and scene investigations, to your case. Contact us today, either online or by placing a toll-free call to 1-800-883-9858, if you or a loved one have been involved in an accident because of defective Cooper tires.

Cooper Tire Failure

Activity, age, climate, construction and position on the vehicle can all cause further strain on Cooper tires that may already be defective – or sold as new by retailers who don’t know or care about how old the tires they’re selling actually are. Tread separations, blowouts and other serious accidents can all come about as a direct result of the following problems:

  • Improper storage
  • Wrong size in relationship to the vehicle
  • Failing to replace spares in addition to tires that meet the road
  • Too many patches
  • Manufacturer’s error
  • Used or old tires labeled as “new”

When tires are at fault in an accident, it will require an investigation to see if the fault is with the manufacturer, poor rotations and placements on the part of autobody professionals or stores mislabeling the tires for sale.

What are the signs of a bad tire? Read up here.

Aged Cooper Tires Sold As New

A new tire isn’t necessary a safe tire. You have a lower risk of suffering from an injurious accident if your tires are both unused and as fresh out of the factory as possible. Some retail outlets will advertise tires as “new,” despite the fact that they’ve been sitting out on the shelves – sometimes under less-than-ideal conditions – for almost six years! This oversight, deliberate or otherwise, can directly cause the following issues:

  • Blowouts
  • Tread separations
  • Dry rot
  • Rollovers
  • Poor adhesion

Injury and Serious Accident Legal Help for Defective Cooper Tires

Willis Law Firm provides board-certified legal assistance for individuals and families who have been injured thanks to defective or aged tires, with 30 years of experience and Martindale-Hubble recognition behind it. We help you at every stage of your case, from helping with investigations and evidence gathering to the suit itself. Give us a toll-free call at 1-800-883-9858 or message us online to schedule your consultation with our award-winning staff.