Hi, I was driving home one night and ended up with a flat tire because I ran over a huge nail that was in the middle of the stre

Asked about 1 year ago - Jonesboro, GA

Hi, I was driving home one night and ended up with a flat tire because I ran over a huge nail that was in the middle of the street. I am convinced that the nail came from the nearby construction the city is doing.

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  1. William M. Brownell Jr.

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    Answered . Unless you were injured, you have no personal INJURY claim. If you were injured, you would have a real tough time proving that the nail came from that particular construction site.

  2. Robert G. Rothstein

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    Answered . And your legal question is.........????

    Disclaimer: This response is provided to you by attorney Robert G. Rothstein (404) 216-1422 for educational and... more
  3. Jeffrey Mark Adams

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    Answered . Flat tires are extremely frustrating.

    Personal injury cases only; I'm good at it; you be the Judge! All information provided is for informational and... more
  4. Lars A. Lundeen

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    Answered . Do you have a question?

    This ans. does not create an attorney/client relationship.
  5. Christian K. Lassen II

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    Answered . Go to small claims court then

  6. Glen Edward Ashman

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    Answered . It would be impossible to prove that. You unfortunately do not have a legal problem. You go to Firestone (or wherever) and buy a tire, or if you bought the road hazard warranty (a good idea in Atlanta), you get a free tire.

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  7. David Ian Schoen

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    Answered . Tough to prove and not worth enough to be worthwhile.

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