How to Keep Your Kids Safe this Summer in Atlanta

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We have made it through another winter and are now getting ready to enjoy the summer months, the best time of the year for kids. Most of us were on lockdown last summer so we’re all itching to get back outside and gather with friends. While you’re out there having a good time, you need to be extra careful to keep your children safe. The last thing you want to do is have your beach day end with a trip to the emergency room.

If you feel that someone else is responsible for your child’s injuries, then you need to call our office and talk to a skilled Georgia accident lawyer. You may be entitled to damages. Here, we’ll talk about a few safety tips you can employ this year to keep your family safe.

Be Careful Taking Your Kids Near a Pool, a Lake or the Ocean

Lots of kids and adults alike enjoy swimming in the summer. If you’re lucky, you have a pool in your backyard. Or maybe you go to the community pool to swim. Regardless of where you plan on going swimming, you need to be extra careful. Every year, hundreds of kids get hurt or die in swimming accidents.

You need to make sure they never go swimming without an adult nearby. You also need to check to see how deep the water is, especially if your kids are really young. If your child suffers a drowning accident, you’ll want to talk to an experienced Georgia accident lawyer.

Never Operate a Barbecue Grill with Children Nearby

Everybody enjoys a summer barbecue. However, you never want your party to turn into a nightmare. If you plan on using the grill, you need to keep all the children far, far away. It doesn’t matter if it’s a gas grill or a charcoal grill. They can still be dangerous for children. If they get too close to the grill, they can get burned. They should also stay far from any gas tank. While these gas tanks are usually perfectly safe, it’s not worth taking the risk.

Georgia Accident Lawyers See Too Many Kids Injured by Fireworks

The closer we get to the 4th of July, the more we worry about people getting injured from fireworks. Every year, we get a half dozen phone calls from people who were hurt at a fireworks display. Sometimes the caller was the one setting off the fireworks. Other times, it’s from a worried parent whose child was hurt while attending a local fireworks display. Regardless of how it happened, it may be worth calling our office to see if one of our Georgia accident lawyers can help.

Make Sure Your Children Wear Safety Gear if Out Riding their Bike

When it’s nice out, the kids love to head out on their bikes. Every parent sets strict rules about their kids riding their bike in the street or going too far. You make sure they have on sunscreen and are wearing their helmet. You also need to make sure they’re wearing other safety gear. You may want to investigate getting them elbow and knee pads.

If they wear glasses, you may want to get them some goggles. You should also look at their bike to make sure the tires are in good shape. The last thing you want to happen is for your child to get hurt while out playing. You don’t want to spend your kid’s summer vacation in the emergency room.

Georgia Accident Lawyers are Here if Your Child Gets Injured this Summer

If our office doesn’t receive a single call from a parent this year complaining about an injury their child suffered, we’ll be extremely happy. Nobody ever wants to think about a little kid getting hurt. Unfortunately, things happen, and people make mistakes.

If your son or daughter is injured in any sort of accident, you may have a claim for damages. Of course, every case is different. It would be unfair for any Georgia accident lawyer to guarantee that you’ll win your case. However, we will do the best we can to get your family the compensation you deserve.

The best thing to do is to call our office and schedule your free, initial consultation. This gives our Georgia accident lawyers some time to review your paperwork and dig into your case. If they don’t think you have a valid claim, they’ll tell you upfront. If they think your case should move forward, they’ll tell you that as well. Since the consultation is free, you don’t have anything to lose.

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