Reminder From State Officials To Buckle Up Our Children

Proper child safety seats can save your child’s life during an automobile crash. Local fire departments and hospital in the St. Louis area want residents to know they can help properly install child safety seats in vehicles.

If a parent or guardian needs help, there are many places available to offer assistance. A medical professional at Ranken Jordan Pediatric Bridge Hospital reminds parents that children are the safest riding in the back seat of a vehicle and no child should ride in the front seat until at least eight years of age. Missouri State law requires children who are less than four years of age or weighing under 40 pounds to be secured in a child safety seat that is age appropriate.

Two St. Louis toddlers were not in proper safety seats and were killed this week in a tragic car accident. A 2-year-old and a 3-year-old were both ejected from a vehicle during a crash in North County on Monday. Missouri State officials are urging parents to make sure they are following state laws and seeking help in the installment of these safety seats if needed. Child safety seats save lives.

Auto accidents are an unfortunate fact of life for Missouri motorist. The legal team at Meyerkord & Kurth, LLC, has helped countless victims obtain financial recovery after an auto accident. We have seen the devastation that accidents can have on individuals and families. Contact Meyerkord & Kurth, LLC, today and let us help you take the first step in your legal journey. And remember – child safety seats save the lives of our most precious gifts.

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