Blog

Scroll For More

Injuries Sustained Due to Defective Car Seatbacks on the Rise

Generally, people assume that the safest place for their child in a vehicle is the back seat. Unfortunately, the past several years of litigation indicate that defective car seatbacks place anyone sitting in the back seat of a vehicle in harm’s way. In recent years, hundreds of severe injuries and deaths have been reported when a vehicle was rear-ended. In these types of incidents, passengers have been crushed and trapped when the seatbacks collapsed due to their defective condition.

Despite the obvious danger posed by defective car seatbacks, automobile companies are not adequately remedying the problem. Experts point their fingers at the federal safety standards, insisting they need an overhaul, stating the federal safety standards are so low that “even a banquet chair could pass” the standards.

Further, litigation from the past few years indicates that automobile companies are not only negligent in designing their car seat backs, but grossly negligent. For example, in Dallas, a jury recently awarded $242,000,000 in a defective seatback case.

If you or a loved one has been injured or killed under the same or similar circumstances, call the law firm of Abraham Watkins today. It is imperative that you find a law firm to manage your claim as soon as possible following an injury or death of a family member. Further, it is important to find a skilled law firm with experience handling these cases to ensure that the responsible parties are held fully accountable.

The law firm of Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Agosto, Aziz, & Stogner is the oldest personal injury firm in Texas, and our attorneys are standing by to assist with your claim. Call us today at 713-396-3964 or 800-594-4884“>1-800-594-4884 for your free consultation.

Archives

FindLaw Network
Text
#TXTFREETX
Learn more about the Annual Text Free Texas Scholarship Contest
360

VIRTUAL OFFICE TOUR
Take a virtual tour of our office online!

Call
CONTACT US TODAY!
Get Your Free Case Review