Did Your Child's Car Seat Fail? Call Us Today.
Car seats are supposed to be designed to reasonably protect your child in the event of an impact from any direction. When installed and used properly, a child restraining seat should remain securely in place and prevent your child from being thrown around the interior of the car upon impact or sudden stop. Despite strict child safety laws and consumer testing, many children are seriously injured or killed every year because of a manufacturing defect in the design or construction of the device.
Kids Depend on Parents to Protect Their Rights. Parents Depend on Us.
If your child has been injured in a car accident while secured in a child restraint, you must stand up and fight to get the compensation your child will need to make the fullest possible recovery. Often, a successful lawsuit is the only way to hold a manufacturer accountable for improving a product or meeting safety regulations.
The Kansas City product liability lawyers at Humphrey, Farrington & McClain take our responsibility as product liability litigators seriously. For more than a quarter-century, we have served as aggressive, committed litigators on behalf of families with children who have been injured or killed because of negligence on the part of car seat and child restraint manufacturers.
- Defective car seats and child restraints
- Unsafe clothing and bedding
- Defective toys and packaging
- Unsafe food products
- Injuries resulting from environmental contamination, asbestos and lead poisoning
Our trial attorneys are skilled and experienced in cases involving defective child restraints. Our firm has the professional and financial resources to back up our cases. We will not represent a client unless we believe we can make a difference by way of a significant settlement or jury award.
Some of the verdicts and settlements we have won are among the highest product liability awards in the United States. We fight so hard for two reasons. First, your child will need the compensation for injuries and medical care, and two, because there is no other way to make manufacturers pay attention to child safety laws.
Contact our firm online or call 888-353-0491 to arrange a free consultation.