Was Your Child Injured in a Car Accident Because the Seat Belt Failed?
By law, children are required to be restrained in a moving car, either in a child seat or by a seat belt. Unfortunately, seat belts often fail because of improper design or poor manufacturing and installation. Parents do their best to keep their family safe but when a manufacturer is negligent, innocent children often get hurt in accidents.
If your child was injured in a car accident and you suspect that the seat belt failed or contributed to the extent of injuries, talk to one of our trial attorneys at the Robinette Legal Group in Morgantown, West Virginia. Our lawyers have been representing clients involved in automobile accident injuries for over thirty combined years of practice.
From these cases, we gained extensive knowledge in the strategies that insurance lawyers often use to minimize their client's liability. We also saw, first-hand, the amount of financial and professional resources a manufacturer is willing to throw into a case to protect itself. The truth is, a family doesn't have an equal playing field unless their law firm understands the issues and fights aggressively to win.
Morgantown Product Liability Attorneys
- Unsafe child safety seat
- Airbag injuries, airbag failed to deploy
- Seat belt failure; seat back failure
- Head and neck restraint failure
Roof crush injuries, t-bone car door safety failure
Free Consultation · No Attorneys' Fees Unless You Win · Statewide Practice
Contact our offices to discuss the reasons you think your child suffered a seat belt injury. We offer a free consultation to sort out the details and explain how federal and state law will impact the outcome of your case. If you decide to retain our firm, we will represent you on a contingency basis. If we can't help you recover money damages for your claim, you won't pay attorneys' fees.