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Preparing for Halloween Early

It’s never too early to prepare for certain things, especially when it comes to keeping your kids safe. Halloween is a fun holiday to celebrate, especially for your kids. They enjoy dressing up in costumes, seeing their friends’ costumes and trick-or-treating.

Ensure your child is safe and doesn’t suffer from any personal injury while enjoying the festivities of Halloween.

Fun and Safe Costumes

Kids love costumes. When making their costumes, be sure they are creative yet safe. To keep kid’s safe, attach reflective tape or sticker to their costumes and trick-or-treat bags. Choose lighter clothing for their costumes.

By attaching reflective stickers and making costumes out of light colors, your child will be seen easier. You can reduce the chances of your child sustaining a personal injury by making sure they are seen. If your child does sustain an injury, contact a lawyer to help get the compensation you deserve.

Walk Safely

Make your children aware of the importance of walking safely. Help them understand to cross the street at traffic signals and cross. Teach them to look left, right and left again before crossing the street. Have them put the electronic devices down and pay attention while crossing the street. Teach your kids to make eye contact with the driver before crossing in front of them.

Drive Extra Safe

If you are driving anywhere on Halloween, like in residential neighborhoods in Provo, Utah, drive extra careful. Children get excited and will move in unpredictable ways. They may jump out and run across the street. Don’t drive distracted. Put your cell phone away and focus on the road. If you end up in a car accident, or hit a pedestrian, contact an attorney to help you with your situation.

Halloween can be a fun holiday for kids. Help keep them safe by teaching them how to be responsible. If any harm comes upon your child, contact a lawyer to help you.

Sources:
https://www.safekids.org/tip/halloween-safety-tips
http://www.nsc.org/learn/safety-knowledge/Pages/halloween-safety.aspx

By |2019-11-15T16:54:43-06:00October 16th, 2017|auto accident, personal injury law|Comments Off on Preparing for Halloween Early

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