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Recent Posts in Holiday Safety Category

  • Safety Tips for ALL Parts of All Hallow’s Eve

    From choosing a costume to enjoying the night’s spoils, there are many components of Halloween night that can become dangerous. With our step-by-step guide, however, you won’t have to worry. In the Dressing Room Selecting a costume and getting ready is one of the best parts of Halloween. To make it even more enjoyable, prepare for the night with safety in mind. Here are some tips: -Avoid masks and ...
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  • Turkey Fryer Safety This Holiday Season

    With the Thanksgiving holidays right around the corner, it's time to start packing your home full of all the fixings you're going to need. But, the potatoes, stuffing, rolls, and cranberry sauce are all just the support characters for the main star of the show - the turkey. While there are a lot of different ways to prepare your turkey, many people have begun frying their turkeys. The National ...
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  • Dangerous Toys Continue To Pose a Safety Hazard To Kids This Holiday Season

    Holiday shopping season has begun–a time for gifts to be exchange while manufacturers sell millions of dollars worth of toys. Unfortunately, not all of the toys available on store shelves and online are safe–some may even prove quite dangerous. At The Gilbert Law Group®, our child injury lawyers represent children and their families with products liability cases against toy makers, distributors, ...
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  • Turkey Fryers Can Increase Fire and Injury Risk During Thanksgiving

    The National Fire Protection Association is discouraging people from using turkey fryers when cooking their bird over Thanksgiving. The cooking apparatus has become a favorite alternative to baking. That said, over the years, products liability lawsuits have been filed because people have suffered burn injuries as a result of a turkey fryer. According to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, ...
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