What if my child was injured?
If your child was injured by a defective car seat you may consider legal action for those injuries. Over the last few years there have been many problems identified with car seats. Unfortunately, many car seats on the market may also be defective too. According to the CDC, “car seat use reduces the risk for death to infants (aged <1 year) by 71% and to toddlers (aged 1–4 years) by 54% in passenger vehicles.”
Who will be held liable?
If your child’s car seat is defective there are three parties that may be liable: the manufacturer, the retailer, or the wholesaler. If one of these parties are found liable for the defective car seat, your family may be entitled to a settlement. Some families may receive money for medical bills, pain and suffering, or possibly punitive damages. If your family lost a child from a car seat, there may be money to help get your family through this tough time.
For a free legal consultation on defective car seat lawsuits, simply fill out the online consultation form or call toll-free (866) 232-5777.
How long do I have to file defective car seat lawsuits?
There are legal deadlines to filing just about any lawsuit. Statutes of limitations are essentially legal deadlines. They will affect how long you have to file a defective car seat lawsuit. Each state has its own statutes of limitations and where you live could affect how long you have to file a defective car seat lawsuit. Other things like when the injury occurred or when the product was bough could affect your time limit as well.
What if the car seat was recalled?
There have been many recalls over the years for defective car seats. If your child was injured before a recall you are most likely still eligible to file a lawsuit. Many consumers are confused as to which car seats have been recalled and which are not. The defective product lawyers at Woods & Woods will investigate whether or not the car seat was defective. If we find that the car seat was defective, we may suggest your family consider a defective car seat lawsuit.
Can I afford a defective car seat lawyer?
Yes. Woods & Woods never charges a penny unless we win your defective car seat lawsuit. If we win, our fee is a percentage of the settlement and case expenses. If you lose your defective car seat lawsuit, you owe us nothing. Woods & Woods never asks for money upfront. Our law firm does not bill by the hour. There is never a fee for making a phone call. We offer free legal consultations to anyone.
Why call Woods & Woods?
Since 1985, Woods & Woods law firm has fought major corporations on behalf of our clients. In that time, we have successfully represented thousands of injured people and their families. Our years of experience and aggressive representation help our clients win their defective products lawsuits.