Tire Tread Failures & Blowouts

It's entirely possible you have purchased recalled tires at one time or another

We’ve all heard countless stories on the news about wrecks caused by defective tires – and it isn’t just those from one manufacturer. Defective tires cause wrecks daily and most of them could be far less serious or avoided altogether if not for the defective tires.

In the early 2000’s, Bridgestone / Firestone and Ford Motor Company recalled almost 15 million tires. However, it is estimated that 6.5 million of those tires are still in use!

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Even if you’ve purchased tires within the past year, it’s possible that you purchased some of the recalled tires. Not to mention the fact that other defective tires make it into the market all the time.

Enlisting Reyes Browne Reilley Law Firm to handle a defective tire claim is beneficial because:

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  • We know the law, what victims legally deserve, and what insurance companies and manufacturers are required to provide.
  • We can help victims complete and file all appropriate paperwork, avoiding costly mistakes and explaining everything in plain English.
  • We will work with you throughout a trial, or until a settlement is reached.
Recent Tire Recalls

Del-Nat

Load Range E tires, size LT265/75R16, produced between December 2 and December 30, 2007

Hercules Tire

Load Range E tires, size LT265/75R16, produced between December 2, 2007 and January 12, 2008

Pirelli Tire

Load Range E tires, size LT 235/80 R 17, produced from July 11, 2005 to October 30, 2007

Pro Comp

Load Range E tires, size LT265/75R16, produced between December 2, 2007 and January 12, 2008

American Pacific Industries, Inc., (API)

Spector Advanta SUV radial light truck tires, size P255/70R16, manufactured between February 3 and March 1, 2008 (DOT codes 3EEC0508 through 3EEC0808)

Goodyear

Dunlop Winter Sport 3D tires, size 225/50R17 (DOT Code DM40 2TTR), and Dunlop Winter Sport M3 tires, size 275/35R18 (DOT Code DMBL 2J8R), manufactured from September 4, 2005, through May 17, 2008

Tech International

Expanded safety recall 08T018 to include the follow tire valve models TR413, TR413CH, TR414, TR415, TR418, and TR423. You may have received notice of this recall campaign on Thursday 6/5/2008 which initially covered only the TR413

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If you or someone you care about has been in a defective tire accident, please call us at (214) 526-7900 or fill out our Case Review Contact Form to the right on this page to find out what your case is worth.