What If I Think I am at Fault for a Tire Blowout Accident?

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September 21, 2015
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Miami Personal Injury Lawyer Explains Why You May Still Have an Accident Claim

If you have a tire blowout and think that it is your fault, you could still benefit from talking to a car accident attorney about your crash. In this video, car accident lawyer Mike Eidson explains the reasons why you should not assume that you are at fault in the case of a tire blowout accident, especially one that leads to personal injury or wrongful death. If you were involved in a car or truck accident due to a tire blowout, the leading auto accident attorneys at Colson Hicks Eidson might be able to help. Call us at 305-476-7400, or fill out an online case review form. We handle accident cases across the United States.

Video Transcription:

If you have an accident and you think it’s your fault, you should still call an attorney and talk to the attorney who specializes in handling that kind of case, so that he or she can investigate it to make that determination. You’re not an expert in tire failures or how to drive a car after the tire fails. We are. That’s what we do. That’s what Colson Hicks Eidson does. We’re experienced in dealing with this. We’ve seen hundreds and hundreds of failures. We know what drivers do. We know what a reasonably prudent driver would do; that’s the standard you’re held to if you’re a driver, a reasonably prudent driver, not a racecar driver, not an expert. You’re an ordinary person who’s faced with a sudden emergency when your tire fails. Colson Hicks Eidson knows how to find the best experts, knows how to find the evidence for the expert to analyze, and we’ll see that through to the end and find out who’s responsible for the accident. If you need help with a legal problem, call Colson Hicks Eidson, 305-476-7400.