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Attorney Tavis Tindall
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| What Happens When Seat Belts Fail|
We have come to trust our seat belts, but what happens when our seat belts fail to protect us?
The use of seat belts has been strongly promoted in the United States for many years. Current legislation requires that seat belts be used in most situations while occupying a vehicle. Studies show that buckling up can radically increase your chances of surviving a motor vehicle accident and preventing severe injuries. Please buckle up at any time when operating a motor vehicle.
Current laws require that seat belts be worn while operating a vehicle.
The violation of not wearing a seat belt is a secondary enforcement, meaning that a police officer may only cite a driver for a seat belt violation if the driver committed another primary violation that led to the stop in the first place. Though in Connecticut and many other states the police will set up seat belt stops to crack down on those not using seat belts, and issue citations.
Defective seat belts by manufacturers have led to serious injuries and even fatalities. According to the Center for Auto Safety, there have been over 180 recalls involving seat belts in both commercial and passenger vehicles from 2000 to 2006.
|At Tindall Law Firm we work hard for clients every day. We all want to see clients receive the justice and compensation they deserve. I hope you all have had a great summer and are looking forward to the fall season. As a family-based business, our staff is close, and we extend that friendly, caring attitude to our clients. We treat our clients as if they are our own family and truly care about them as more than just a number. It is this quality along with superior service and competent representation that has allowed us to become the "lawyer for life" for all of our clients and their families and friends to whom they refer us. Sincerely,
Tavis TindallTindall Law Firm