January 2016 Archive
You know that buying a car seat is one of the most important purchases you can make for your young child. In the event of a car accident, that seat may make all the difference in the world. Unfortunately, if you’re like 75% of parents, you’ve made a mistake somewhere along the way.
Teens driving themselves and other teen passengers is by far the riskiest way to travel to school. It accounts for 55% of school travel-related deaths and 51% of injuries. Learn the risk factors that come into play on a typical drive to school.
Many people today claim that toys from the past were better than today’s toys for many reasons, including their simplicity and more interactive nature. While classic toys of the 70s and 80s may make some people nostalgic, in certain instances they were also more hazardous and would never meet today’s safety requirements. We took a blast into the past and made a list of the seven most dangerous toys from the 60s, 70s, and 80s:
Wintry conditions all too often play a role in tragic accidents, and the best advice is to be prepared. The law firm of Edgar Snyder & Associates is offering information on ways you can help prevent accidents and injuries.