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Be Safe This Halloween! Trick-or-Treat Safety Tips 

2017-11-07T22:01:33+00:00October 3rd, 2016|Categories: Personal Injury|Tags: , , |

When it comes to Halloween, it's a fun time to dress up or just go out and have a little fun! Of course, it's always a great option to curl up with a good scary movie. However, if you have little ones that are old enough to go out, you may be hitting the streets with your kids instead of getting freaked out by Freddy Krueger. With that being said, here are some tips we've assembled to help you be more aware this Halloween. Protect your kids and keep an eye out-- Halloween is one of the most dangerous days of the year. Halloween is fun, but it's also one of the most dangerous days of the year for pedestrians. The NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) reports that accidents involving drunk drivers [...]

Child Passenger Safety Week Highlights Need to Protect Children

2017-11-07T22:04:11+00:00September 5th, 2016|Categories: Auto Accident, Personal Injury|Tags: , |

When it comes to driving, car accidents happen. It's important to remember that not all passengers of vehicles are adults. Children are often present in motor vehicles, and they are all too often the casualties of fatal accidents. To parents, nothing is more important than the safety of their child. Don't stop with just basic safety while driving. When it comes to the car, safety begins with child passenger safety seats. This week the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will be observing Child Passenger Safety week. The weekend will commemorate National Seat Check Saturday, where parents will be able to have their child's safety seat inspected to be sure it as safe as possible for no charge. You may not know it, but according to the CDC, motor vehicle accidents have been shown [...]

5 of the Worst Toys of 2014

2017-11-07T22:25:17+00:00November 12th, 2015|Categories: Personal Injury, Product Liability|Tags: , , , , , |

If you’re a parent, you probably know that you’re going to be doing plenty of shopping come this holiday season. Many parents will purchase toys for their children when doing their holiday shopping this year. This year, we want to remind you to shop mindfully. Since 2014 alone, there have been multiple toy recalls in both the U.S. and Canada. Some toys may turn out to have defective parts or a tendency to be a hazard to younger users. Keep in mind that many things can break off or pose life threatening danger to infants, toddlers, and young children. Toys that include small pieces, pieces that might break off, sharp edges, strings or rope, have loosely attached pieces, come with dangerous accessories or project objects may are particularly risky. One of the best [...]