If you or somebody you know suffered an injury as the result of a defective car seat, contact Pacin Levine for your free evaluation at (888) 450-4909. Available 24/7, at nights and weekends, Pacin Levine will promptly offer advice and support.
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Pacin Levine handles a variety of accident, personal injury, wrongful death and product liability cases. Whether you or a loved one have been involved in an accident, attacked by a dog or another animal, involved in workplace accident, injured in a mass transportation incident, or any number of other types of accidents: boat; bus; plane; train; slip and fall; bicycle; truck; motorcycle; defective product or wrongful death; we are here to help.
The Florida legal industry has recognized the outstanding and consistent work of the Pacin Levine law firm, awarding a number of honors and accolades. While thankful for the recognition we have received, our team is most proud of the incredible verdicts and settlements that we have been able to achieve for our clients.
We understand that the journey following an accident and/or injury can be overwhelming. We are compassionate to the challenges that you are confronted with and are here to walk with you through this difficult time. We are in your corner with integrity and compassion to help you navigate dealings with insurance companies, hospitals, doctors, repair shops and the legal system, so that you can focus on your recovery.
Defective Child Seat Attorneys
hen you place your infant, toddler in a child or booster seat you believe that the car seat will protect your child. From faulty baby car seats to seats designed for toddlers, a broad range of potential defects can place your children in danger.
If your child was injured by a faulty child safety seat, you may have a case against the maker, supplier, distributor, or even the retailer, if they:
Failed to inspect or test car seats before selling them to consumers;
Created a design flaw in the child safety seat;
Failed to discover a flaw in the child safety seat and recall the car seat;
Failed to warn buyers of the risk or hazard of using the car seat.
If you believe your child was injured as a result of a defective car seat, then make sure the car seat is kept in a safe place following the accident. If the car seat is not in your possession, then call the company or person who is holding the car seat and make sure they do not allow the car seat to be sold or destroyed. The car seat will be essential piece of evidence needed to prove your case. Call us today for a free consultation! (888) 450-4909.