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Did you know that there are over 1,000 safety recalls having to do with automobiles in 2021?

They happen more often than you may think, but if you’ve ever been a victim of a recall, it can be a frustrating experience. If you have a case, you may want to file a tire recall lawsuit.

So what does this mean for you and how can you get started? Read on to learn a little bit more about it!

What Is the Goodyear Tires Recall?

There are several Goodyear tires recalls happening right now. There are two from 2016.

Currently, these recalls affect the 295/75R22.5 G399A LHS LR G tires as well as Goodyear G159 tires.

These recalls affect a total of 46,000 tires made.

Those Affected By the Recall

If you’ve heard of the Goodyear tires recall, you may be wondering if you are affected by the recall or if you’re in the clear. Here’s who is most affected by it!

RV Owners

The majority of people being affected by the Goodyear tire recall are people who own RVs. Even if you do not own an RV, but rather rent one, it is important to double-check these tires to make sure that you do not have the ones that have been recalled.

Truck Owners

Since these are larger tires that are going through the recall, it’s not going to affect smaller trucks. However, larger trucks may be affected.

If you are using a truck or renting a truck with 22.5-inch rims or bigger, you need to make sure that you are not using the Goodyear tires on your truck.

Avoid Online Marketplaces

If you’re in the market for new tires, you want to make sure that you are avoiding online marketplaces to purchase tires. Many of the recalled tires may end up on an online marketplace. If they do, you may not know that you are purchasing recalled tires.

What Happens If You Have These Tires?

If you know that your tires are under recall, this could pose a potential danger to you. However, Goodyear should notify you if your tires are under recall.

Most importantly, if you are having issues or have dealt with defective tiers, you can hold Goodyear liable for any injuries.

In this case, you will want to hire a lawyer to help you win your lawsuit. If you hire a lawyer, they will investigate the issues starting with:

  • Defective product design
  • Faulty components
  • Poor manufacturing components
  • Negligent actions

From there, they will determine how best to go about your case to win your lawsuit.

Filing a Tire Lawsuit

Do you think that you’ve been affected by the Goodyear tires recall?

If so, then you may want to file a tire lawsuit with a lawyer. You can contact us at Newsome to help you fight for your rights and win your lawsuit.

Feel free to call us and ask questions before you get started!