Asheville Lawyers Represent Victims of Auto Accidents Caused by Tire Blowouts

Providing zealous advocacy for North Carolina residents

One of your tires blows out and a crash ensues. The accident is your fault, right? Wrong. Depending on the circumstances, someone else may be at fault, and you may be able to collect compensation.

As experienced attorneys, we at Lanier Law Group, P.A. know how to properly investigate North Carolina auto accident cases. We can promptly assess your situation and determine if you have a valid claim. Visit our office at 313 Fourth St. SW in Asheville to learn what our skilled legal team can do for you.

Causes of tire blowout accidents

When a tire blows out, it can cause the driver to lose control of the vehicle and cause an accident in Charlotte. We at Lanier Law Group, P.A. have handled tire blowout cases in Asheville and across North Carolina since 1995. Common reasons for blowouts include:

  • Potholes: A pothole can do more than just cause unpleasant bump. They can cause your tires to rupture suddenly.
  • Defective tires: Tires are supposed to be engineered to stand up to road conditions. If a tire blows out, it may have been poorly designed or defective.
  • Overloading a vehicle: Cars are modern-day pack mules, but if you overload your vehicle, your tires may give way.
  • Punctures: A small puncture in a tire may go unnoticed. But then over time, the hole will lead to decreased air pressure and eventually cause the tire to tear from the rim.

When an auto accident in Raleigh or anywhere in North Carolina causes pain and suffering for you and your family, you need dependable legal counsel. At our law firm, we take pride in providing injury victims with outstanding legal service.

Hire a heavyweight to pursue your North Carolina blowout claim

Throughout North Carolina, Lanier Law Group, P.A. has a reputation for successfully representing injury victims. To schedule a free initial consultation with one our attorneys, call us at 855.234.7619 or contact us online. We have 11 offices located in Burlington, Durham, Greensboro, Greenville, Charlotte, Wilmington, Raleigh, Winston-Salem, Asheville, Fayetteville and Jamestown. You owe us nothing unless you obtain a settlement.