Racine Child Safety Seat Lawyer

Whenever your child is riding with you in your vehicle, they must be placed in a child safety seat for their protection. As a parent, you trust that manufacturers and retailers create child safety seats that will function properly and protect your child should you be involved in a collision. Unfortunately, not all manufacturers and retailers take your child’s safety as seriously as you do. Each year, thousands of children are injured by defective safety seats. Ineffective seat buckles, defective padding, and harnesses that malfunction are some of the most common defects. Studies show that nearly 82% of all child safety seats are installed incorrectly. This is due to the confusing or inadequate instructions included with the product. Unless a child safety seat is installed correctly and does not have any defects, it will not protect your child in the event of an automobile collision. If your child has been harmed due to a defective child safety seat, it is your right to contact an attorney in order to organize a lawsuit against those who have harmed your child.

Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® is a Wisconsin law firm that offers a team of exceptional lawyers at each of the 12 office locations. One of the state’s largest personal injury law firms, Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® is committed to helping you receive the compensation that you deserve for the injuries of your child. The Racine defective child safety seat lawyers will be able to thoroughly evaluate your case and answer any of your legal questions. Over the years, the Racine attorneys have acquired the skills needed to take on the large manufacturing companies and retailers who seem to have endless resources. Allow a Racine defective child safety seat lawyer to guide you through the often complex litigation process. Your initial consultation costs nothing at all and is a chance to have your case evaluated. Contact the Racine office today to learn more about what we can do for you as you fight to protect the rights of your child.