Child Injured by Defective Car Seat?

This video features Grant Lawson, a Personal Injury attorney based in Wyoming.

Wyoming Defective Product Attorney Can Help

Video Transcript:

Rob Rosenthal: 

Do you know what you should do if you think your child was hurt because of a defective car seat? Let's ask Wyoming lawyer, Grant Lawson for an ask lawyers quick question.

Grant Lawson: 

Number one, they need to take great photos immediately, and they need to preserve that car seat. Set it aside and let it be tested after they contact an attorney who has an expert. Somebody who's an expert with child seats, car seats, who can get that in and take a look at it, have it tested potentially, either destructive testing or testing that's just done, preliminary testing before a lawsuit is filed and then which the additional testing may need to take place with other parties involved, but if you have a defective car seat or you suspect that there was a defective car seat involved with your child's injuries and accident, you need to take great photos, videos, well, set it aside, make sure it doesn't get touched and let the experts get involved. Let your attorney, have the appropriate engineering and other product-related experts get involved to find out if something went wrong that shouldn't have went wrong.

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