Two recently published reports recommend rear facing child car seats until the child is two years old. These studies showed that children are 5 times less likely to be injured in a car crash if they are in a rear-facing car seat than a forward-facing seat, according to a 2007 analysis of five years of U.S. car crash data.
The reports from The American Academy of Pediatrics and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration also recommended older children be placed in booster seats until the lap-shoulder belt fits them. Booster seats help position adult seat belts properly on a child’s smaller frame. Children usually can graduate from a booster seat when their height reaches 4 feet 9 inches. Both reports also recommend children younger than 13 ride in the back seat.
“I would highly recommend Eugene Bruno & Associates! They helped me out with a case of mine and everything worked out perfectly. I worked with Amir, one of the lawyers and he was amazing. Definitely would work with him again. Thank you!” - Mona Hakim, Google Review
“This people deserve more than 5 stars. I would highly recommend them to anyone.” - Faisal A., Google Review
“You will not be disappointed hiring these guys. Eugene Bruno & Associates are the best car accident lawyers in San Diego and I recommend them 100%!!” - Adam C., Google Review
“Take the time to speak with Mr. Bruno, he will definitely help you and guide you and make you feel like family! Best decision I have made, I went with the best. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!!!!!” - Lakeisha E., Google Review
WAIT! DON'T LEAVE WITHOUT RESOLVING YOUR INJURY CLAIM
We Handle Your Entire Injury Claim For You!
No Fee Until We Win Your Case + 24/7 Team Support + 99.7% Success Rate