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New Crib Safety Regulations, Atlanta Injury Attorney, Montlick & Assoc

Visit us each week to view two minute segments from the ABC noon news featuring Montlick & Associates' Family Safety Advocate Jacquie Palisi. We will be covering a wide range of topics to help keep your family safe. These segments are broadcast on WSB-TV in Atlanta. Research shows that most injuries are preventable through safety education and a little extra care, and we are committed to preventing injuries. Please feel free to share this information with your friends and family, and don't forget to sign up for our Free Safety Alerts and Legal Tips/Updates.

Protect Your Children from Dangerous Cribs!

Monday, December 26, 2011

Montlick & Associates' Family Safety Advocate, Jacquie Palisi, discusses the Consumer Products Safety Commission's new crib safety regulations that went into effect on June 28, 2011. View our weekly ABC News segment and click on the links below to learn what new standards are in place and how you can better protect your infants and toddlers from serious crib injuries and potential fatalities.


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Atlanta Injury Attorney Montlick & Associates Shares Important Crib Safety Tips

As of June 28, 2011, it is illegal to make, sell or resell any crib in the US that does not meet tough new federal standards. View the video above from Atlanta Injury Attorney Montlick and Associates to learn more about the ban on drop-side cribs and the new federal regulations that require stronger slats, mattress supports and hardware. Parents should note that while it is not illegal to use older cribs in private homes, for safety reasons, experts are urging parents NOT to use or give away potentially dangerous cribs - particularly crib models that have been recalled by the CPSC. Cribs that comply with the new regulations will be tagged with the code 16 CFR 1219 (for full-size cribs) and 16 CFR 1220 (for compact-size cribs). Although the new standards are in effect as of June 28, 2011, child care centers, and public facilities (such as churches, motels) and crib rental businesses have until December 2012 to comply.

Since 1984, the Atlanta Injury Attorneys at Montlick & Associates have made it their goal to be the best personal injury law firm in the United States.Our law firm represents families and individuals who suffer from catastrophic injuries, in all types of cases involving wrongful conduct and wrongful death, including those involving dangerous or defective products. Injuries sustained from defective products can lead to large medical costs, altered lifestyles and extreme emotional hardships for families. That is why it is important for families of children with serious crib injuries to retain an attorney to tackle the complex legal issues involved and to protect the interests of the families. If you or a family member has been seriously injured in any type of accident, our caring and compassionate team of lawyers is here to assist you. Please call us 24 hours, 7 days a week including weekends and holidays at 1-800-LAW-NEED for your free consultation, or visit www.montlick.com and fill out our Free Case Evaluation form or use our 24 Hour Live Online Chat.

Crib Safety

Effective June 28, 2011, it is illegal to manufacture, sell or resell cribs with drop-down sides.

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