Insurance Industry Study Concludes 50% of Child Booster Seats Unsafe

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Car accidents are dangerous no matter who’s involved. But for children, the risks are even greater due to their smaller size. That’s why infant and children’s car seats are so important. They’re supposed to protect children from injuries and keep them safe from harm.

Unfortunately, as we discussed in the past, current car seat testing is insufficient and it’s unclear whether children’s car seats are doing their job. And, now it seems that not only are there problems with car seats, but children’s booster seats are also failing to protect children from harm.

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Published In: Consumer Protection Updates, Insurance Updates, Personal Injury Updates, Products Liability Updates

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