Tires are much more prone to detreading, delaminating, and blowouts than the tire manufacturers admit. Defective tires, without any fault on the part of the driver or owner of the car, cause thousands of motor vehicle wrecks every year, many of them resulting in life-changing, and even catastrophic, injuries. Tire failure problems are magnified in vehicles with a higher center of gravity, such as SUVs, trucks, or passenger vans, because the loss of control a tire failure creates is harder to manage and maneuver in those vehicles.

If you, or someone you love, has suffered serious injuries or death and you even suspect that defective tires are to blame - act now.  The single most important factor in these cases is PRESERVING THE TIRES and the vehicle.  Without the tires (and vehicles generally) these cases are nearly impossible to litigate.  Immediately after the wreck and before it’s too late, call everyone involved with the vehicle and demand they preserve the tires and the vehicle. Call your insurance company. Call the police investigating the case. Call the towing service that took the vehicle. Call the junkyard. Whoever it is, call them and make sure they keep the tires and the vehicle intact. Do not let the vehicle or tires be sold or destroyed. Take action now to preserve that evidence, because you can be quite sure the insurance companies, the tire companies, and the car companies aren’t going to do it for you.

The second most important thing you can do, even if you just suspect your tires failed, is to call Gage & Mathers now.  If you call soon enough, we can often help preserve the tires and vehicle, which can generally be confusing and expensive.  Call Gage & Mathers now so your legal rights are not destroyed.  

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