Defective and Ineffective Head Restraints

The insurance industry reported on Thursday, March 29, 2007 that new crash test results show that head restraints in several passenger vehicles provided marginal or poor protection against neck injuries and whiplash. In the simulated rear crash test at 20 mph only 22 of 75 vehicles received the top score of “good” from the Virginia based Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

If you or a loved one has been the victim of a serious injury as the result of a faulty head rest, please call a South Carolina defective head restraint attorney at the Louthian Law Firm.