Has your child been injured by an Infant Car Seat?
Several models of the popular Dorel Infant car seat have caused babies and children to suffer injuries when the restraint handle fully or partially comes off the seat. There have been head injuries associated with the problem. The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced a recall of 36 models of the seat.
Manufacturers of products often fail to live up to their legal responsibility to produce a safe product. Design defects or faulty assembly can result in a catastrophic failure with devastating consequences for the user of the product.
The recalled strollers were manufactured in China and distributed throughout the United States. The defective child car seats have been sold under the following brand names: Safety 1st, Cosco, Eddie Bauer and Disney. The infant seats were manufactured from January 6, 2008 through April 2009.
Has your child been injured by a defective car seat? If so, contact our Bay Area defective product attorneys at Strick Injury Law and Mediation today!
The Bay Area Lawyers at Strick Injury Law and Mediation help victims of defective products obtain compensation for their injuries, financial losses and suffering. Injuries from a defective product can have life-changing consequences. In cases such as these, the attorneys at Strick Injury Law and Mediation strive to obtain maximum compensation for each client. Our goal in every case is to Right the Wrong and help you obtain the financial resources that can make your life and that of your family easier. Our product recall attorneys are here to help you.