Vehicle & Tire Defects
Why do tire treads and belts separate?
While there are a number of factors that contribute to belt and tire tread separation, the most common cause of belt separation involves metal not sticking to the rubber. When the sulfur inside the rubber is improperly mixed or something is wrong with the brass plating on the metal, improper adhesion occurs. If defective tires contributed to the injures of you or a loved one, a Miami, Florida automobile accident lawyer from Rubenstein Law would like to speak with you.
What causes a vehicle rollover?
A majority of rollovers occur when the vehicle is run off the road and hits the curb, a ditch, soft soil, or other objects. A vehicle's lack of stability also contributes to the chance of a rollover accident. The National Highway Transportation Safety Association has found that sports utility vehicles (SUVs), which tend to be taller and narrower than other vehicles, are more likely to rollover. If you or a loved one has been injured in a vehicle rollover, a Miami, Florida automobile accident lawyer from our firm can help you.
How much money will my case cost and who will have to pay these costs?
The Miami, Florida automobile accident lawyer who handles your vehicle rollover case will research your particular accident and speak with rollover experts. The amount of money required to litigate can be high. An average case can cost between $50,000 to $200,000. Rubenstein Law will advance those costs for your case. You will only be required to pay the firm for costs in your case if you win.
What is my next step?
If you have been injured in a vehicle rollover or as a result of defective tires, a Miami, Florida automobile accident lawyer from Rubenstein Law can assist you. Speak with the legal team at our law firm today.
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