Child Car Seats
Every child under 80 pounds or below five feet tall should ride in a car with a special car seat. A car seat properly fastens your child in your automobile while he or she is too small to ride in the car’s normal seats. Choosing the right seat requires a great deal of consideration.
Unfortunately, having the right seat does not mean that your child is safe from all auto accidents. If you and your children have been injured in a car accident, contact the Wisconsin auto accident lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® at 800-242-2874.
Things to Consider
Buying the safest car seat for your child does not necessarily mean buying the most expensive seat on the market. In fact, all car seats must pass safety regulations before being marketed. The safest car seat for your child is the one that best fits both your child and your car.
Additionally, the size of the child goes a long way in determining what kind of seat is right for him or her. The three types of car seats are rear facing, front facing, and booster. These seats are for different sizes of children. Information on these seats is readily available on their manufacturers’ websites.
Choosing the right car seat can go a long way in protecting your child’s safety. Unfortunately, they still may not be enough in the event of an accident. If you and your children were injured in an accident and the other driver was at fault, discuss your legal options with the Wisconsin auto accident attorneys of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® Contact us today at 800-242-2874.