Tire Blowout Lawsuit Claim Can Qualify for Legal Funding Loan
Tire blowouts can cause some serious vehicle accidents. If you were involved in a accident
caused by a blowout, you should be aware of a few driver’s legal responsibilities. We will discuss when someone can be held responsible for an accident caused by tire blowout and how it could be avoided.
Driver’s Legal Duties
All drivers are required “by law” to drive at a normal and reasonable circumstances. If the unexpected blowout occurred during normal driving conditions, such as unavoidable debris on the road, no one can be held responsible for the accident. However, unreasonable actions after a sudden flat, such as slamming the brakes or swerving into oncoming traffic, can make that individual liable for all injuries and vehicle damages caused by the unreasonable actions.
Duty to Inspect
Every vehicle owner should inspect his or her vehicle to spot any problems before it becomes too late. This does not mean you need to know every aspect of fixing a car, but enough to identify something is wrong.
Tires are very easy to maintain. For instance, noticing the thread of the tires or noticeable defects in the tire is the vehicle owner’s responsibility. If the owner is sued after a blowout, the owner cannot claim to have not known of the problem, because the law requires the owner to be aware of all things associated with the car.
In case the problem was not obvious but had persisted for weeks or months, an automotive specialist who has worked on the car and could have discovered the defect can be held liable. While it is up to the jury to decide who is ultimately liable, all of these factors will be taken into consideration.
As mentioned before, an automotive specialist can be held responsible if it was not detected in the last time the car was thoroughly checked. This includes not installing the tires properly or installing the wrong type of tire. However, manufacturers can also be held responsible for a defective tire if the blowout was caused by a manufacturing design error. Retailer can also be held for damages if the tire was damaged at the showroom.
Getting Legal Advice
If you do end up in a blowout lawsuit, some expert legal advice might be necessary, especially to determine who is liable and whether the accident could have been prevented. An attorney can handle complicated legal issues to deal with manufacturing or installation defects.
If you find yourself in a lawsuit caused by a tire blowout, you would be eligible for a pre-cash settlement from Interstate Lawsuit Funding.
For individuals with a lawsuit who need cash now, a pre-settlement cash advance is available in the form of a no-risk, no-credit check lawsuit loan. Interstate Lawsuit Funding is able to provide such a loan giving a unique opportunity for fast access to cash which requires no credit check or proof of income.
Interstate Lawsuit Funding can provide loans up to $5,000 based solely on the merits of the case.
If your case is dealing with tire blowout, you would qualify for a pre-settlement cash advance. Please use the simple 30-second application on our Home page to apply. If your case qualifies, we would be able to send you a check within 48-hours for the money you require.
That check is for you to keep, and we will be paid back through the settlement amount. If your case does not win in court, you will have no personal liability to pay off the loan on your own. Your personal valuables and your credit history are not at risk with Interstate Lawsuit Funding.