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Yes, it is always good to seek legal advice from an attorney especially when dealing with a defective tire case. Defective parts, including tires, can lead to serious car accidents but involve complex legal claims. Large manufacturing companies have the resources to fight liability or make early settlements for minimum compensation. Contacting an attorney to represent you will increase your chances of getting maximum compensation.
Defective tire cases are usually complex, involving many different aspects. Large manufacturing companies are unlikely to willingly admit fault as it can damage their reputation. They will try to reach an early settlement, or their lawyers will do their best to blame you for the event. Unless you want to fight these highly skilled attorneys on your own, you should hire yourself an experienced and determined legal representative.
Contacting Our Law Firm in Miami is the first step towards recovery. If you do have consistent evidence for a crashworthiness claim, our staff will further analyze the details of the case and gather additional proof. We will file the claim on your behalf and negotiate a fair settlement, or take your case to court if liable parties refuse to settle.