Water tubing is an exhilarating summertime activity for all ages. But just like any adventure involving water, tubing can lead to accidents and injuries if you don’t take care to do it safely. To help your family steer clear of incidents while enjoying tubing trips in your local creek, lake or river, our Bucks County Read More
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Fishing is a fun pastime for all ages. Here in Bucks County, it’s especially enjoyable when the weather is nice during summertime. As peak fishing season begins, our Bucks County personal injury attorney would like to share a few safety reminders for anyone who is fond of fishing: Wear the proper attire – Whether you’re Read More
With temperatures starting to cool off and sunset coming earlier each day, your family is most likely beginning to spend more time indoors. While you might expect there to be a much lower chance of injuries when your kids play in the house as compared to outside of it, accident data shows that this isn’t Read More
Whether you’re there for a day or a week, going to the beach is a great way to take advantage of the beautiful summertime weather with your family and friends. However, danger can lurk both in the waves and on shore if you don’t take action to avoid common safety hazards at the beach. To Read More
According to data collected by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), each year there are around 800 child drownings. Furthermore, drowning is the top cause of injury-related death for kids ages 1-3 and the second most common cause among children under 15. These statistics demonstrate just how risky water can be for kids Read More
When you stay in a hotel while you’re away from home on a business trip or a vacation, you expect it to be a safe and relaxing experience. Typically, you’d be right. But all too often, hazards lurk in the hotel due to the staff’s negligence and unsuspecting guests get hurt. Hotel catastrophes can happen Read More
On hot summer days, taking a trip to a river or stream is a tranquil and inexpensive way to cool off. However, even shallow, calm waters can hold unexpected dangers. Therefore, it’s important to be highly cautious when in or near rivers and streams. Whether you’re taking a dip, tubing, or simply hiking close to Read More
Whether you’re in your backyard, on a cruise ship, or at the gym, taking a dip in a spa or hot tub is a wonderful way to unwind and relieve stress. Unfortunately, people often forget that hot tubs can pose a serious injury risk. According to the Nationwide Children’s Hospital, more than 6,600 people were Read More
Taking a family trip to the water park is one of the best ways to cool off and have fun on a scorching summer day. However, just like any activity that involves water, spending time on and near water-based attractions presents a drowning risk, especially for young children and those who cannot swim. From water Read More
Sunny spring days are here again, and for many, that means taking the boat out of storage and going sailing. While boating is usually a fun and relaxing activity, it has the potential to turn disastrous in a matter of seconds whether you’re boating on a lake or an ocean. To avoid getting into a Read More
Having a private pool in your backyard definitely has its advantages – you can go swimming any time you like, you don’t have to compete with others for a good spot on the lawn and there are no pool pass fees to be paid. But one downfall of home swimming pools is they don’t come Read More