Tire Blowout Accidents
The Cape Cod car accident attorneys at the Law Offices of John C. Manoog, III represent drivers, passengers, motorcycle riders, bicyclists, and pedestrians who have been hurt in all types of vehicle collisions. We draw on over 146 years of combined legal experience to provide comprehensive and personalized services for our clients. We have a strong record of successful results in car accident and other personal injury cases. Our lawyers are dedicated to guiding clients through the nuances of the legal process and to asserting their rights to all of the remedies to which they may be entitled.Seeking Damages for a Tire Blowout Accident
Tire blowout accidents may cause significant vehicle damage and injuries to anyone involved, at least in part because these incidents are often completely unexpected. You may be simply cruising down the road when a tire blows out or another driver experiences the same problem, giving you little time to react and adjust safely. This frightening event may lead to a devastating accident and raise some complex issues about who should be responsible for the collision.
If you have been injured in a car crash, whether it was caused by a tire blowout or something else, you have the right to seek compensation from any party that may have been at fault. Compensation for medical bills, property damage, lost wages and earning capacity, and the costs of future treatment are among the damages that are often available in motor vehicle collision cases. In most situations, an injured person may also be able to seek damages for less easily quantified forms of harm, such as pain and suffering.
Tire manufacturers and vehicle sellers are usually the first place to look when determining who is at fault for a tire blowout accident. This is because tire blowouts are often the result of a defect in the tires themselves. When you buy a product in Massachusetts, it automatically comes with an implicit guarantee that it can safely serve the expected use for which it is sold. A product maker or seller does not usually need to actually know that a product was unsafe at the time that it left the factory or store to be liable for injuries caused by a defect. Instead, an injured person needs to show that he or she was using the product as it was intended or in a foreseeable way at the time of the accident, the product was defective, and the defect caused the crash in which the victim was hurt.Contact a Cape Cod Attorney to Discuss Your Car Accident Case
At the Law Offices of John C. Manoog, III, our motor vehicle collision attorneys have been fighting for victims in tire blowout and other car accident cases since 1994. We understand the legal issues that often arise in these cases, and we know how to craft persuasive arguments that are tailored to the details of each client’s situation. Our lawyers take personal satisfaction in helping our neighbors through what can be a painful and stressful time. We offer free consultations at our offices in Hyannis and Plymouth, and we also can discuss your case with you in your home or in the hospital if you cannot travel to meet with us. Our Cape Cod car accident lawyers take most cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that you do not owe us anything unless we obtain compensation through a settlement or judgment on your behalf. Call us at 888-262- 6664 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation. Nós Falamos Português.