Car Seats Safety Hazard
It is important for all parents to be aware of the safety concerns that exisit with the EVENFLO Infant Car Seat. These Infact Car Seats can pose a Danger to your Child. It is important that you know that yYour child’s car seat may not be as safe as you think. If your child has been injured or wrongful killed, while properly strapped into an Evenflo Car Seat, call our Law Firm, day or night at 800-862-1260. We can help.
Many are unaware of the testing conducted by Evenflo Company and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) that resulted in the recall of 1 million Evenflo infant car seats that can become separated from their bases in high-impact side collisions. The following car seat models are subject to the recall: 390, 391, 534, and 552. The seats were manufactured between April 2005 and January 2008.
Evenflo is providing current child safety seat owners with a dual-hook fastener to ensure that seats remain attached to their bases. The company asserts that the seat is safe when used without a base. The manufacture of the Infant Car Seat is a company called Evenflo, based in Dayton, Ohio. The company EvenFlo maintains that all of its other car seats have been proven safe in testing and in real world situations. This report comes days after the NHTSA announced an overhaul of its consumer rating system for child safety seats. The new five-star rating approach will consider the seat’s ability to secure a child, the ease with which the seat is installed, and the seat’s labeling and instruction manuals.
We all hope that no child is ever injured in an accident. However, if your child has been seriously injured or wrongful killed, call our Law Firm, day or night at 800-862-1260.