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Child Passenger Seat Safety Week 2017

Did you know September 17-23 marks 2017's Child Passenger Safety Week? This incredible cause is being promoted in an effort by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to bring awareness to the leading cause of death for children ages 1 to 13: car accidents. Unfortunately, statistics show that car crashes are the leading cause of death for children ages 1-13--though these fatalities can be prevented.

Properly securing your children in your vehicle--whether they're in a car seat, booster seat or wearing a seat belt--is absolutely critical for their health and well-being. If you're wondering whether your child's car seat is the right fit for him or her, there is no time to waste in taking a look at the NHTSA's guide on choosing the perfect car seat. Click here to read tips, statistics, view infographics, and more.  

Keeping our kids safe in the car is as simple as paying attention. Help our dedicated and compassionate personal injury team at Kalfus & Nachman reduce the number of child traffic fatalities this year by doing your part to promote car seat safety. Remember, everyone in the car needs to be strapped in or buckled up--no matter their age. It could be the difference between life or death.

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Contact Our Personal Injury Attorneys Today

At Kalfus & Nachman, we are committed to advocating on behalf of our clients until we obtain the most beneficial results possible. Our compassionate personal injury lawyers know there is nothing more important than your child’s safety, which is why we want to do everything in our power to fight for our clients’ rights. If your child has been injured in a car accident, and you are seeking compensation for medical bills, emotional distress, and more, look no further than our trusted legal team.

Schedule an initial consultation with a member of our firm by calling (855) 880-8163.

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