Wausau Defective Child Safety Seat Lawyers

Child safety seats are vital to the safety of your child whenever they ride in an automobile. These seats have been designed to hold your child in place if an automobile accident occurs, however, child safety seats manufactured with defects do little to protect your child. Many times, these defects may release your child from the seat, allowing them to be thrown around the vehicle during a collision. Sadly, defective child safety seats have caused thousands of children to be hospitalized for their injuries every year. Defective padding, ineffective seat belts, and poorly designed harnesses are common causes for injuries. According to reports, nearly 82% of all child safety seats are installed incorrectly due to inadequate or confusing instructions. If your child has been harmed by a defective child safety seat, contact an attorney immediately to learn more about your legal options.

Habush Habush & Rottier, S.C. is a Wisconsin personal injury law firm that offers 12 office locations throughout the state. The Wausau defective child safety seat lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier, S.C. are committed to helping you understand the complex legal process and are able to answer any questions you may have regarding your case. The Wausau lawyers will be able to thoroughly evaluate your case during a free initial consultation and will provide you with the guidance you need as you pursue legal action against those responsible for your child’s injuries. Working with a knowledgeable attorney is the first step in protecting your child’s rights. Contact a Wausau defective child safety seat lawyer to schedule your free initial consultation.

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