Wisconsin Child Car Seat Defect Lawyers
Parents of young children are advised to secure their sons and daughters in child car seats when they travel in an automobile. These seats are specially designed to transport children, and to properly cushion and brace them against the impact of a collision should one occur.
Unfortunately, defective car seats may actually injure your children even when you are not in a collision. If your child suffered injuries from a defective car seat, contact the Wisconsin child car seat defect attorneys of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® at 800-242-2874.
Types of Defects
In most cases, car seat defects are problems with bracing, restraining, and cushioning the children that use them. These defects may include:
- Insufficient padding
- Excessive restraint force
- Faulty latches
- Defective harness systems
Any of these defects may injure a child who is using a car seat. In most cases, the children that use car seats are small and more susceptible to injury, which makes a defective car seat all the more potentially damaging to a child.
Parents of children who were injured in their car seats may be entitled to financial compensation for their children’s injuries if they pursue legal action against the manufacturer for the car seat. If you have any questions about your options following an injury caused by a defective car seat, our Wisconsin child car seat defect lawyers can help.
Though car seat models must undergo government testing before being marketed, these tests do not always sufficiently point out defects. If your child suffered injuries in a defective car seat, contact the Wisconsin defective child car seat attorneys of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® at 800-242-2874.