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Blog Category Injuries to Children

Keep Your Baby Safe in the Stroller

January 2nd, 2021

man jogging with infant in strollerStrollers are a convenience utilized by parents around the world. In most cases, newborns and infants are completely safe in these 4-wheeled “vehicles.” Sadly, accidents do occur, and they are typically because parents have made one mistake or another. Learn from the errors that others have made so that you don’t experience the heartache that comes with having an injured child.

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It’s not unusual for parents to make a cup of coffee before they leave the … Read more

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How to Avoid Leaving a Child in a Hot Car

July 20th, 2016

children could die due to heatstroke sustained in a vehicleOnly a monster would leave a child to suffer in a hot car, right? You may think that, but you would be wrong. Every summer, there are dozens of children that are left in the backseat of hot cars only because their parents are distracted and operating outside of their normal routine.

On average, there are 37 children who die each year as a result of heat stroke sustained in a vehicle. The tragic accident can happen to the … Read more

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Young Soccer Player Killed in Raleigh Hotel

November 17th, 2014

Product Shoot - Springfield Armory XD subcompact 9mm When people choose to stay in hotels, they typically understand that there may be minor inconveniences. The guests in the adjoining room may be noisier than you would like, the towels may not be changed quickly enough, and the ice machine may be empty. Few people consider that their lives may be in danger when they choose to stay in a hotel.

On Friday, November 14, 2014, a young soccer player, visiting Raleigh from Lewisville, was fatally shot when a … Read more

Posted In: In The News, Injuries to Children

Student Injured by Car in Domestic Dispute

July 4th, 2014

An accident is a traumatic affair, even if it is a minor fender bender. When it involves injury, or worse, the losses can be catastrophic. There will be a financial cost, as well, but it should never be the responsibility of the victim to pay it. That burden lies with the cause of the accident. Legal representation from experienced personal injury attorneys can make that happen.

A high school student was injured in an accident in Barbour County and flown … Read more

Posted In: Car Accidents, In The News, Injuries to Children

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