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Published on Apr 22, 2013 by Edgar Snyder

Don't Miss the Next Episode of "No Fee TV" on Spring and Summer Safety

kids swimming in a pool

Warmer weather has finally arrived! It's great to see people spending more time outside, but unfortunately, that also means there are more activities and hazards that can cause injuries. From riding ATVs to playing on a see-saw and from swimming pool safety to boating guidelines, you won't want to miss our law firm's next episode of "No Fee TV" on spring and summer injury prevention.

Two of the partners, Attorneys Cynthia Danel and Todd Berkey, will be on the show to discuss laws that impact you and what to do if you or your child are injured. Christine Vitale, injury prevention manager at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, will join Cynthia and Todd to discuss a variety of safety tips to help keep you safe and healthy during the warmer months.

The show will air live on PCNC on Tuesday, April 23, from 7:30-8pm, and will re-air on Saturday, April 27, from 12:30-1pm. I encourage you to call in with your questions at 412-333-PCNC. Local cable channels include:

  • Comcast, Channel 35
  • Armstrong, Channel 31 and 41
  • Atlantic Broadband, Channel 63
  • Verizon Fios, Channel 9

PCNC is not on Direct TV or the Dish Network, but we do feature past episodes on our "No Fee TV" webpage.

Please be sure to check out this engaging infographic, which features some great information on ATV, playground, and boating safety. We also have many resources on our website, including safety tips.

I hope you enjoy the episode, and on behalf of all of us at Edgar Snyder & Associates, I wish you a safe and injury-free spring and summer.

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