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Experts: NHTSA’s car seat standards fail to protect motorists in deadly collisions

According to experts, many car seats fail to prevent their occupants from being injured in rear-end collisions due to poor standards set by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), an October 28 report of 10tv.com stated.

According to reports, the car seat standard set by the NHTSA may fail to protect vehicle occupants during rear-end accidents. Aside from drivers, persons occupying the rear seats are also susceptible. Sadly, these seats are where children often suffer from fatal injuries when the front seat detaches during rear-end crashes. The poor car seat standard that was written decades ago is still being implemented by the NHTSA and car manufacturers across the country.

Vehicle safety standards are meant to protect individuals in the event that an accident does take place, but these standards do little to help occupants if they are inherently deficient. If you or someone you love has been injured in a car accident that could have been prevented or avoided, let the experienced Green Bay car accident lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier help you. Call us today at (920) 437-0900 to learn more.

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