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Strong Seats vs. Weak Seats in Rear-end Collisions (Advocate Article)

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Date Published

November 1, 2012


Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles


Products Liability


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The author debunks the auto industry “defense” that weak front seat backs are actually safer than strong seat backs in low and moderate rear-end impacts, and demonstrates that strong seat backs also offer greater protection in high-speed rear-enders.

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Brian Chase
Partner - Bisnar & Chase

Bisnar | Chase is a nine attorney AV-rated national law firm founded in 1977 in Newport Beach, California. Brian Chase is... Read More

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