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Accidents Caused by Defective Tyres

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Tires that feel fine can hide dangerous defects. If you have a faulty tire, even small moves can land you in a serious accident.

Defective tyres can cause car accidents that involve:

  • Tyre blowouts or tires that shred
  • Tyres that fall off or away from the vehicle
  • Skidding
  • Crossing lanes
  • Hydroplaning (skidding on water)
  • Spinning
  • Swerving
  • Loss of control Running off the road

If your accident was caused or worsened by a bad tire, you may have a case against the manufacturer, distributor, or even the retailer of the tires which is not meant to be.
You deserve experienced attorneys who will work with investigators to gather evidence and prove your case. You deserve compassion and respect. But above all else, you deserve peace of mind which we provide for you at Alfa True Protector Nig. Ent.

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