Car Seats

More than 25,000 car seats recalled by Graco

Child in a pink car seat in the back of a car

Unfortunately, baby products aren’t always safe. Recently, Graco recalled more than 25,000 My Ride 65 car seats that may not adequately restrain children in a car crash. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration recently announced that the webbing in the…
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Please be aware of child car seat recalls

Photo of Britax B-Angle Stroller and Car Seat

The National Highway Transportation and Safety Association (NHTSA) and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission recently reported several child car seat recalls. They include popular models such as Britax, Evenflo, as well as other brands. Please check the list below…
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How to choose the safest car booster seat


Nothing is as important as the safety of our children. When it comes to their safety in motor vehicles, after they have outgrown their car seats, it is essential that you choose the safest car booster seat available. The Insurance…
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When to replace a car seat after a crash and a used car seat safety checklist

Sleeping baby in car seat

I recently wrote an article entitled, “Are you using the right car seat for your child?” The topic of safety and children’s car seats is very important, so in this article I will address when to replace a car seat…
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Are you using the right car seat for your child?

Little girl in front-facing car seat sticking out her tongue

NOTE: Once again I have been reminded how effective car seats are.  We are currently handling a motor vehicle case in which the driver was very badly injured. There was an infant in the back seat in a child car…
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Why it is so important to register your child’s car seat

Mother holding baby in store looking at car seats

In this article, I am going to explain why it is so important that you register your child’s car seat as soon as you buy it. The year 2015 marked the largest car seat recall in U.S. history with the…
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