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When Woloshin & Killino signed on to represent victims of a fatal car accident, they initiated a nine-month investigation into what caused the driver of the van to lose control, killing two of the passengers and seriously injuring the third.

After determining that it was defective tires that caused the operator to lose control of his work van while driving on Pennsylvania Route 476, Jeffrey B. Killino filed a lawsuit in Philadelphia against the manufacturer and distributors of the tires as well as the van manufacturer, General Motors. Now the lawsuit has resulted in a recall of up to about 450,000 tires.

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