Car Seats/Child Safety Seats

Texas Defective Baby and Child Car Seat Lawyers

Automobile accidents are the number one killer of children under the age of 16 in the United States. Despite parents' best efforts, more and more infants and young children are killed in car wrecks each year. In some cases, this is because the car seats parents trust to keep their children safe turn out to be defective.

If your child was involved in a motor vehicle accident and was thrown from their child safety seat, your lawyer should investigate the possibility of a car seat defect. The car seat may have been subject to a recall, or it may have been secretly defective without the public's knowledge.

At the Law Offices of Tyler & Peery, we understand just how much the loss of a child affects parents. Nothing will ever be the same after the death of a child.

Parents whose children sustained catastrophic injuries — such as brain injuries, spinal cord injuries and paralysis — they face a lifetime of extensive care, delayed development and missed milestones. A defective car seat may rob a child of the chance to have a normal life.

Fighting Hard for Parents and Their Children

Our Board Certified Personal Injury Specialists fight hard for our clients. We begin preparing for trial from day one. Often, we partner with highly regarded experts — engineers, accident reconstruction experts, neurosurgeons and child development experts. These experts' testimony helps effectively tell your child's story to Texas juries.

Our San Antonio law office was founded in 1990, and our practice is based on four basic commitments to our clients:

  • We will prepare your case thoroughly
  • We will fight for your rights and the rights of your child
  • We will listen to your experience and your goals
  • We will keep you informed at every step of the way

Contact our San Antonio Attorneys

Contact an attorney at the San Antonio, Texas, Law Offices of Tyler & Peery to talk about injuries and fatalities caused by defective car seats. Initial consultations are free and confidential. Home and hospital visits are available by request for serious personal injury victims, so do not worry about traveling to us — we can come to you.