Every infant or toddler, in every car, needs to be properly restrained. Sometimes, the manufacturers of child restraints produce defective products. These defective child restraints will be recalled if a child is at risk of injury. According to a 2003 report by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, automobile accidents account for one out of every three deaths among children. Injuries from automobile crashes are the leading cause of death for children 4 to 12 year olds. Proper manufacturing and use of child restraints can help to reduce this number.
Injuries caused by defective child restraints can be extremely severe, sometimes causing wrongful death. At The Killino Firm, we recognize that these injuries often change our clients’ and their families’ lives forever. As a result, we provide personalized and caring representation, while zealously fighting for our clients at every stage of their cases, including trial, if necessary.
Parents of Child Restraint Accident Victims
The parents of children who are injured or die as the result of defective child restraints consult with The Killino Firm because they know that we will examine the accident scene, the vehicle and the child restraints, and will prosecute our clients’ cases so that they receive all of the compensation they are entitled to. We employ a team of attorneys, paralegals and investigators knowledgeable about defective child restraints. We also understand that our clients have suffered serious, at times catastrophic injuries, and need a law office that will deal with the insurance companies and guide the clients and their families through the maze of medical care and treatment that they face.
At The Killino Firm, we go the extra mile in every case. We treat every client and every case with the same intensity as we have the Chinese tire recall and Mattel toy class action. When something goes wrong, the lawyers of The Killino Firm are prepared to investigate every aspect of the accident in order to discover not only what happened, but why. Using cutting edge technology, we evaluate every option until we determine who was responsible, and we then proceed aggressively so that our clients receive all of the compensation they are entitled to. That’s the The Killino Firm Difference.
When you need a lawyer who will exhaustively investigate a defective child restraint case and make sure that every responsible party is held accountable, contact The Killino Firm, where Keeping America Safe is our primary goal. To speak with one of our attorneys, please fill out the form on this page, call us toll free at 877-875-2927, or send our Injury Lawyers an email. We will respond promptly to your inquiry so that you can experience The Killino Firm Difference.