Types of Tire Explosion Injuries

Since many tire explosions occur while the tire is being changed or aired up, the person gets the shrapnel and force of the explosion at close range. As with any kind of equipment explosion, those who survive may suffer life-changing injuries, such as:

  • Broken fingers, hands, and wrists
  • Lacerations to the hands, arms, face, and body
  • Burns
  • Head trauma
  • Brain Injury
  • Eye injuries, including loss of sight
  • Hearing loss
  • Bone fractures

Tire Explosion Causes

An exploding tire can put out 12 tons of force—as much as being hit by a truck. Knowing that, it’s no wonder the injuries exploding tires cause are so severe. Any individual issue or combination or problems can cause the tire to burst, such as:

  • Over inflation
  • Under inflation
  • Flammable chemicals in the sealant
  • Design flaw
  • Manufacturing defects

Wisconsin Personal Injury Lawyers Sue Liable Manufacturers, Employers, or Sellers for Tire Explosions and Other Equipment Malfunctions

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Contact the tire explosion lawyers Milwaukee trusts to get the maximum compensation for their personal injuries.