Phoenix Children's Hospital Emphasizes Importance of Booster Seats

by Administrator 12. October 2009 02:00

Officials at the Phoenix Children’s Hospital demonstratedthe importance of keeping children safe in cars by lining up 154 car seats. Thecar seats represent the number of children that have died in crashes so farthis year.

The National Transportation Safety Board says that caraccidents are the leading cause of death for children in Arizona. The NTSB saysthat booster seats are nearly 60 percent more effective in keeping childrensafe than just a seat belt alone.

Tina Davis, a mother who’s son was seriously injured in anaccident where a proper booster seat could have protected him says hersituation is always preventable. “Seeing those 154 booster seats… was reallyhard for me. My child could have been one of those…”

The Phoenix Children’s Hospital just opened a new “SpecialNeeds Car Seat Fitting Station” where workers will check to make sure yourchild’s car or booster seat is working properly.

If you or someone you know has been involved in an accident,please contact the Phoenix Personal Injury Lawyers of Haralson, Miller, Pitt,Feldman & McAnally, PLC by calling 877-366-5557.

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