Tire Defect Lawyer Tells Fox News About Dangers of Aging Tires

Fox News interviewed Bennett Midlo about the case he's working on right now regarding the danger of aging tires.

Attorney Midlo shows aged tires that completely lost its thread from the rest of the body of the tires. "This is the matter that we're working on right now where a young man was killed and the other man tragically paralyzed in a crash"

Things we need to know about tires which cause dangers is the fact that when they get old, the rubber degrades over time simply through exposure to oxygen and the internal components of the tire is not visible to the people who are using them so when this tires degrade over time, the rubber becomes brittle.

As the rubber loses adhesion it's dangerous so most of the manufacturers recommend changing it after 6 years. Attorney also gives tips on how you will look on the tire manufactured date, they should look at the DOT number on the tires.

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