What are the dangers associated with Ford, Firestone tire failure and rollovers?

One of the most tragic cases we are handling left a family with the death of their only son at age 13, and a lovely 17-year-old daughter severely and permanently brain damaged.

In another case, also involving tire tread separation of Bridgestone Firestone tires and a resulting Ford Explorer rollover, a father and his four-year old son were killed, leaving a widow and mother to suffer the aftermath of this preventable disaster.

Because these deaths and serious injuries could have been prevented, we represent our Clients in lawsuits against the manufacturer of the defective recalled tires as well as the vehicle manufacturers.

We have lawyers licensed in multiple states, but also work with lawyers on these cases throughout the United States.

Another case involving a Ford Explorer rollover with Firestone tire seperation settled for a confidential amount. The driver of the Explorer lost control at low speed when the tire unraveled on the right rear of the vehicle. The driver suffered from a fractured cervical spine, which healed without paralysis. The minor daughter, who was a passenger, suffered soft tissue injuries.

What can I do if I have been injured as the result of tire failure or a rollover?

If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury as the result of tire failure or a rollover, you may be entitled to compensation. For a free legal consultation, contact us today!



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