5 Ways to Avoid a Child Injury Stemming from an Airbag
Jason R. Schultz
When another's careless or reckless actions are the cause of a car accident, and your child suffers serious injuries, you may be entitled to compensation through a child injury claim. To learn what legal options are available, contact anAtlantachild injury lawyer as soon as possible to discuss your case.
Injuries from an airbag can be serious, causing damage to the face, head, chest and arms. It’s important that children sit in the appropriate type of child safety seat until they are ready for a seat belt.
The following are 5 ways you can avoid a child injury caused by an airbag:
- make sure the child is tall enough to sit in a seat with an airbag;
- have the seat moved as far back as possible;
- make sure a seat belt is worn;
- when possible, have child sit in the back; and
- don’t allow child to lean forward when you're driving.
While no one can predict when a car accident will occur, there may be ways you can prevent your child from sustaining airbag injuries. Taking these precautions could help keep your child safe.
Contacting Atlanta Child Injury Lawyer
As the victim of an accident, you have rights that the insurance companies cannot ignore. They have a team of lawyers working on their side; shouldn’t you have experienced legal representation fighting for your best interests? Before accepting any settlement offer, contact the Law Offices of Jason Schultz to schedule a FREE consultation – 1-404-474-0804.
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