As we look forward to the new year, many of us are making plans to help us live a better life over the next 12 months. The resolutions you make can also help you stay safer. Here are seven resolutions that can help you avoid personal injury:
At this time of year, many people take on extra work to make money for the holiday season. Many stores also need seasonal helpers. Manufacturers need more factory workers to create more products and retailers need more employees to serve the holiday rush.
If you’re getting your home ready for the holidays with decorations, lights, and other items, you’ll want to do so safely. Here’s how to bring cheer into your home while reducing your risk of injuries, including fractures, lacerations, and other injuries.
This week, many people will be taking advantage of Black Friday sales or will be working on their holiday shopping list. This can mean busier stores and (unfortunately) busier fraudsters. It can also mean more injuries in crowded stores and parking lots. Here’s how to stay safe while having a happy holiday:
Thanksgiving is a time for celebration and, for many people, a time to spend time with others. While food and fun are part of the equation, we want to make sure everyone stays safe this year. Here are simple steps you can take to reduce your risk of injury this holiday:
At this time of year, many parents are considering Halloween costumes and getting ready for Halloween season. While in the past parents were worried about tainted candy, today we realize that dangers at Halloween can come from many sources—including pedestrian accidents and even the costumes themselves.
Whether you’re create a home-made costume or buying one from a store, start with these safety tips:
Fourth of July festivities are just around the corner, and we at Flaxman Law Group want to wish everyone a terrific long weekend. Before we start celebrating, however, fire stations, police and emergency departments are all preparing for a busy weekend. Each Fourth of July weekend, people are seriously injured.
Your home is likely one of your biggest assets, but it is vulnerable to many kinds of damage, from pests to natural disaster and more. You likely pay premiums on homeowners insurance so that you’re covered in case anything goes wrong, but after serious damage you may have questions about your insurance policy, may wonder if there are other ways to get damaged covered, or may run into problems dealing with your insurance provider. These are just a few reasons why Miami-Dade County homeowners contact Flaxman Law Group after serious property damage.
The holidays should be a fun and joyous time for children, but unfortunately injuries to children and minors do happen in Weston. The holidays can pose risks for children because it is a busy time and holiday decorations come with their own hazards. Unsafe toys and travel can also create additional risks for injury. There are several things friends and family members can do to keep children safe at this time of year: