Accidents Caused by Tire Tread Separation

Specialist Tire Blowout Attorneys in Orlando, FL

A vehicle’s tires are often taken for granted and overlooked when doing routine car maintenance. Even the most diligent automobile owner, however, can be the victim of unexpected tire failure. Sudden tire failure can result in the loss of control of your vehicle resulting in a collision or rollover accident. The risk of a serious automobile accident due to tire failure increases when travelling at highway speeds.

If you suffered injuries in an accident caused by a tire defect, call our Orlando product liability lawyers at (855) 375-9959.

Common Causes of Tire Tread Separation

Often consumers are not aware of the danger of tire defects until a manufacturer is forced to recall large quantities of faulty products. Tire tread separation, however, is not a new phenomenon. Tire tread separation is a dangerous condition where the tread of a tire separates itself from the casing or inner plies of the tire. Tread separation is one of the most common types of failure in steel belted radial tires. Tread separation on steel belted tires frequently cause blowouts while travelling which can lead to devastating motor vehicle accidents.

What causes this separation to begin with?A manufacturer’s defect is a common cause of tread separation such as:

  • Faulty chemical process of tire manufacturing
  • Poor adhesion of the steel belt and rubber tread
  • Moisture or other impurities causing damage during bonding process
  • Inadequate quality control

Tire blowouts due to tire separation can create a dangerous situation for all travelers on roadways. If you or a loved one has been injured to an accident caused by a tire blowout, contact the experienced Florida tire blowout attorneys at The Trial Professionals P.A. today for a free case evaluation.

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