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Blog Posts in August, 2015

  • The Gilbert Law Group's Experience In Fire Investigations & Burn Injuries

    Our experience with burn injury litigation began with Pinto cases. That litigation led to safer car designs today. Watch James L. Gilbert of The Gilbert Law Group talk about our experience with burn cases over the years. If you or your loved one has been injured in an accident, please call the experienced burn injury lawyers at The Gilbert Law Group® at (303) 431-1111 for your free consultation. ...
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  • James Gilbert on What to Do If You Are Injured in a Car Accident

    There are a number of things you need to do if you or someone you care about has been injured in a car accident. Watch James L. Gilbert of The Gilbert Law Group explain what steps you should take after being injured in an accident. Our attorneys at The Gilbert Law Group® seek justice for the victims of car accidents. If you or your loved one has been seriously injured, call us today at (303) ...
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  • Back to School Pedestrian Safety

    Does your child walk to school? This time of year many parents are figuring out school transportation schedules for their children. Regardless of if your child is walking to school from home, or walking to and from the school bus, teaching them pedestrian safety can be a life-saving skill. Nearly 60 children are hit by cars every day in the U.S. Close to 500 pedestrians ages 19 and younger die ...
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  • Backpack Safety

    Does your child like to cram all of their toys in their backpacks because they have Show-and-Tell at school, only to be perpendicularly challenged with the excess weight? Or your teenager carries all 8 of their class textbooks in their bag because walking an extra 50 steps to their locker takes too much effort? If this describes your child, beware that the extra weight, sometimes as much as one ...
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  • Back to School: Helmet Safety

    Does your child wear a helmet every time they get on their bike? Sometimes wearing a helmet can be overlooked for a variety of reasons: for children, it may be due to forgetfulness, not enforced by parents, and for teenagers, a helmet clashes with their sense of style. Whatever the reason may be, spending that extra couple of minutes to click on a helmet is more important than you may think. ...
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  • Back to School: Playground Safety

    It is that time of year again, gearing up for back to school: buying supplies, checking lists, while children are looking forward to being with their friends. The highlight of many children’s school day is recess, that block of time they can be free and playful. While they are relishing in play time, your concern is, are they safe on the playground? According to the US Consumer Product Safety ...
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  • New Teen Drivers and Back to School Safety

    As children head back to school this fall, some parents have one more thing to worry about – their new teen driver. Early mornings, streets and parking lots full of kids, and friends in the car can all be a challenge for the new driver. To help keep your new driver safe and accident free as they head to school this fall, share these tips: Get enough sleep. Teenagers’ lives are often filled with ...
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  • Vehicles Accidentally Set in Motion

    Every year hundreds of children are injured or killed by vehicles accidentally set in motion. Children, especially toddlers, left unattended can accidentally knock vehicles into gear and crash into nearby houses or cause accidents by rolling into traffic. About 80 percent of vehicles manufactured after 2006 have a brake transmission shift interlock system (BTSI) that requires the driver to engage ...
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