Even though there are many ways to get hurt on a motorcycle, there are just as many ways to protect yourself from potential harm when riding. Some of these include wearing protective clothing, wearing a helmet, and driving defensively. However, there are certain elements that a motorcyclist doesn’t have control of that could cause injury.
One of the many elements a biker does not have control of is a defective product.
What you see sometimes are defective products that are manufactured, which often result in injury to motorcyclists. The defects are often defects in the manufacturing of a tire, throttles getting stuck, breaks not working that reoccur in a singular type of motorcycle by manufacturers, even in a particular line of the bike.
However, with this particular Class Action lawsuit, Brent Coon & Associates is looking at tires that are separating; these are often stock tires on motorcycles and tires that can be purchased aftermarket. They do appear to have defects that cause them to separate and blow unexpectedly. This can often result in a catastrophic injury on a motorcycle.
If you or someone you know has been involved in a motorcycle accident, give Brent Coon & Associates a call today.
Don’t wait! Let Brent Coon & Associates protect your rights today!
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