It has been indeed a long and tough year, considering that the world had to deal with the coronavirus pandemic, which is still claiming a 9/11’s worth of victims every week. Nevertheless, Christmas is here as usual, and it is that time again to have fun, spread love, and extend a helping hand to the less fortunate in society. We can celebrate while preventing the further spread of COVID-19.
The covid-19 pandemic is, however, not the only challenge facing us this festive season. When people are likely to travel more, the chances of incurring road accidents are relatively high. You can be careful and drive safely, but you never be sure of anything. For this reason, you need a personal injury attorney from Robert J. Debry & Associates to advocate for you if something happens.
Tips for Staying Safe with a Personal Injury Attorney During this Christmas Holiday
Avoid Christmas Tree Dangers
Having a lit Christmas tree at home is an American tradition, but one with numerous health and safety risks. These trees come with pre-lit artificial Christmas lights with bulbs that can get too hot and ignite fires or cause electrocution. Why spend cash on a personal injury lawyer when you can unplug the Christmas tree at night to avoid bulb overheating? Alternatively, you can invest in LED lamps that offer as much light as with added safety.
Observe Road Safety
As you drive with the family to visit friends and relatives, ensure you observe driving safety to avoid personal injuries. Therefore, ensure:
- You keep your eyes open for distracted pedestrians.
- Every passenger has fastened their seatbelt.
- Avoid using phones or being distracted.
- Don’t drive under the influence, among others.
Avoid Cooking Accidents
Many personal injury incidents can happen in the kitchen as you prepare your Christmas meals. Avoid cooking accidents by wearing fitting clothes, never leaving any cooking food unattended, avoiding games in the kitchen, and observing all other kitchen safety rules.
Robert J. Debry & Associates cares about you and wants you to celebrate your Christmas holidays safely. However, if you suffer an injury, do not hesitate to reach out to us. You will be better off with a professional personal injury attorney by your side.