When Kelly-Springfield tires succumb to tread losses, belt separations, detreading, sudden deflation, ply/belt losses, blowouts, sidewall failures, and other major defects, catastrophic injuries – even deaths – can occur. Some of the most common accidents include wrecks, roof crushes, and rollovers. As speeds increase, so do the risks. With over 30 years of experience, a Steven J. Sharp Award and Martindale-Hubble recognition behind us, Willis Law Firm has everything necessary to guide you through every step of the personal injury litigation process. Place a toll-free call to 1-800-883-9858, or send us an email to schedule a consultation.

About Kelly-Springfield Tires

Kelly-Springfield is America’s oldest tire manufacturer, and notably offers consumers the 30-Day Test Drive, which allows them to test-drive tires for 30 days before making the final decision to purchase. Now a subsidiary of Goodyear, the company has over 22 facilities located around the world and produces over 200 million tires annually.

Brief History of Kelly-Springfield Tires

Founded in 1894, Kelly-Springfield opened up its first plant in Springfield, Ohio. It became one of the most sought-after tire companies in the United States. The company was the producer of choice for President William Howard Taft. Goodyear purchased Kelly-Springfield in 1935, when it became a subsidiary before becoming fully a part of its parent company in the beginning of the 1990s. Following the absorption, Kelly-Springfield’s headquarters moved from Springfield to Akron.

Damaged and Defective Kelly-Springfield Tire Lawsuits

For the past three decades, Willis Law Firm has provided a wide range of litigation services to individuals and families who have suffered the injurious effects of damaged and defective Kelly-Springfield tires. We have the experience, awards and Martindale-Hubble recognition to assist you with every step of the personal injury lawsuit process, from evidence procurement and inspection to courtroom representation. Schedule a consultation with us by phone at 1-800-883-9858 (toll-free) or through our online form.