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Tulsa Defective Tires Claims


Have you been in a car accident caused by faulty tires? If so, you have legal options and you may be able to bring a successful personal injury claim against the responsible party. This could allow you to hold on to your hard-earned money while the person who caused your tire problem provides compensation for your injury-related costs.

Even if you aren’t sure exactly who or what caused your tire malfunction, our team at Saint & Associates, PLLP has handled thousands of product defect cases and personal injury lawsuits, and we are well-versed in the art of establishing liability. Let us evaluate your case and help you figure out who is responsible for your accident and injuries.

Call (918) 721-0998 today to speak to a car accident attorney in Tulsa, or fill out this short submission form to schedule your consultation.


According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, tire malfunctions cause approximately 11,000 crashes, 19,000 injuries, and 733 fatalities every year.

Tires tend to cause serious accidents when they:

  • Shred or blowout due to air pressure issues, unknown leaks, etc.
  • Fall off or spin due to issues with the wheel mounting system or hub
  • Skid on pavement, ice, or water due to tread problems
  • Explode due to over-inflation or under-inflation

Defective tires can put you in a dangerous position and put your life and well-being at risk. If you’ve been in a car accident caused by a tire malfunction, you know how scary and costly it can be. When a tire problem causes serious injuries, you can incur major medical expenses and suffer financially, in addition to suffering physical pain from accident-related injuries.

The cost is often too much for individuals and families to bear, which makes it crucial for you and your loved ones to understand your legal options.


Your tire-related injuries and accident may have occurred, at least in part, due to:

  • Manufacturing error
  • Design flaw
  • Ineffective tire recalls
  • Failure by producers to meet tread/traction requirements
  • Marketing defect (Disconnection between consumers’ expectations about a tire and the manufacturer’s assertions about the tire)
  • Improper safety inspections
  • Tire damage from retailer (and more)

Regardless of whether your tire malfunction was caused by one source or multiple, our car accident attorneys in Tulsa are here to be the strong, effective representatives you need. Our team is prepared to dive into the details of your case, figure out who is responsible, and home them accountable for the effects of their negligence on your life, health, and finances. Allow our team at Saint & Associates, PLLP to come alongside you and assist you during this time and help you make things right.

Call (918) 721-0998 to speak to a member of our team today.