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Blog Posts in September, 2015

  • How to Keep Your Child Safe from Power Window Accidents

    Vehicles today come with a lot of bells and whistles. Some features keep you and your children safer – backup cameras, side airbags, collision detectors. However, one feature that still poses a risk to your children is the power window. Although convenient, most power windows do not include a safety feature that automatically reverses the window if an obstruction, such as a child’s hand or head is ...
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  • Tips and Resources for Baby Safety

    September is National Baby Safety Month. At The Gilbert Law Group, we want to share these tips for creating a safer environment for your baby. Learn proper baby wearing. Many carriers are designed to keep your baby close and free your hands for other tasks. However, it is very important to ensure that you are carrying your baby in a position that will not harm him or her. Check your carrier’s ...
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  • Busting Car Seat Myths for National Child Passenger Safety Week

    This week is National Child Passenger Safety Week, and we want to bust a few myths about car seats to help you ensure you are giving your child a safe ride. Auto accidents are the leading cause of death for children aged 5 to 15. To keep your child safer, make sure you know the truth from the fiction about car seats. Myth 1: Used car seats are always okay. Fact: Car seats have expirations dates ...
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  • Protecting Your Children in Cars: Know the Facts

    At The Gilbert Law Group, we are concerned with child passenger safety and feature it often here in our blog. This month we are taking our child passenger safety campaign to several area schools here in Colorado to educate the public about seatbelt and child seat safety. The more you know, the more carefully you can protect your children. As parents ourselves, we noticed that many children are not ...
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  • James Gilbert Discusses Record Setting Spinal Cord Injury Case Involving a Paralyzed Driver

    What looked like a routine rear-end injury car accident case, turned into one of our most memorable spinal cord injury cases when we discovered a hidden flaw in the vehicle during our inspection of it. Watch Colorado Lawyer James L. Gilbert of The Gilbert Law Group talk about his recollections of this catastrophic injury case and the record setting verdict he recovered for his client. If you or ...
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