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Diono Cambria 2 Booster Seat Recall Lawsuit

On March 25, 2021, Diono, LLC issued a recall in conjunction with Federal regulators on the Diono Cambria 2 child booster seat. This particular Diono recall affects 6,920 booster seats manufactured between 09/05/2020 – 11/30/2020.
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Why was a Diono booster seat recall initiated?

According to the recall announcement [1] made by The United States Department of Transportation (DOT) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA):

  • In the event of a crash, a crack between the headrest and backrest can occur, allowing the headrest to separate.
  • As such, these seats fail to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard number 213, “Child Restraint Systems.”
  • A broken or separated headrest increases the risk of injury during a crash.

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Car Seat Safety Tips

The best way to keep your child safe in the car is to use the right car seat properly. Here are some car seat safety tips to protect your precious cargo while on the road:

  1. Buying the right car seat – Babies should ride in a rear-facing car seat at least until the age of two. When your child has outgrown that seat, he or she is ready for a forward-facing car seat.
  2. Installing your car seat – You have the option of using either the seat belt or lower anchors to secure your car seat. Both are safe but don’t use them both at the same time. Once your child is forward-facing, use the tether with the seat belt or lower anchors.
  3. Getting the right fit – A properly fitted harness is the best protection for your child.
  4. When to change your car seat – Look on the car seat label to make sure your child is still within the weight, height, and age limits for that particular seat.

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Have you or a loved one been unreasonably injured by a dangerous or defective consumer product?

Do I Have a Diono Cambria Booster Seat Lawsuit? Contact a Lawyer to See if You Qualify.

The Product Liability Litigation Group at Schmidt & Clark, LLP law firm is an experienced team of trial lawyers that focus on the representation of plaintiffs in defective consumer product lawsuits. We are currently investigating the Diono Cambria 2 booster seat recall.

Thus far, and thankfully, no injuries have been reported. However, if you or a loved one was in an accident where the Diono booster seat failed to protect your child, you may have a case.

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