Attorney Karl Heideck Is Fighting For Children

Attorney Karld Heideck has made the decision to help children in the state of Pennsylvania. He is doing this by fighting for children who cannot speak for themselves or do not have the proper knowledge to speak for themselves. Karl Heideck is fighting for a new seat belt law to be put in place for those 12 and under and front passenger drivers.

The first group of children Attorney Karl Heideck is fighting for are infants to age 3. As this law is on the brink of passing, children ages 0-3 must be in a car seat at all times, and the car seat must be faced towards the rear window. This part of the law came about after trauma specialists conducted research which showed children who were faced towards the rear window have a better chance of surviving a car accident.

The next group of children Attorney Karl Heideck is fighting for are those age 4 to 6. Children ages 4-6 must be in a car seat at all times, and the car seat must be attached to a secure base. The addition this law making is secure base. A secure base was not always necessary. However, research experts have found that the secure base keeps the car seat and the child stable during car accidents.

An additional group of children Attorney Karl Heideck is helping are those ranging from 7-12. Once this law is in effect, children 7-11 will not be allowed to sit in the front passenger seat. They must also be securely buckled in the back seat. Additionally, if they do not meet proper weight requirements, they will have to be placed in a car seat.

Children who are 12 will be allowed to sit in the front passenger seat, but they must be securely strapped at all times. Karl Heideck has made the state of Pennsylvania take a long look at their seat belt laws, especially since car accidents are the main cause of death of children in Pennsylvania.

Karl Heideck has always had a heart for children in Pennsylvania. After graduating from Bealey Law School in Philadelphia, Attorney Heideck took action against organizations promoting unhealthy environments for children. These included stores, day care centers, and more. Every facility was forced to rework the way they approach customer safety.

Attorney Karl Heideck is also an established author with more than 5 different blogs a week. He was a proud English major before a proud law student.

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