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Defective design of child safety seat's chest clip leads to girl's paralyzing injuries

The girl’s father sued the manufacturer of the child seat, alleging that the single-piece chest clip holding the shoulder straps in place could be unfastened by a child. The two-year-old girl had unfastened the clip before the collision, leaving her restrained only around the lower torso and permitting a lap-belt-only injury to her spinal cord. The parties settled for a confidential amount. Roman v. Graco Prods., Inc.


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