Holiday | Phoenix Personal Injury Law Blog - Breyer Law Offices, P.C.
Setting off fireworks is a classic American pastime and fun for the whole family. It is easy to get distracted by the amazing display of colors, the crack of sparklers, the roar of a fireworks show. Unfortunately, it only takes one mistake for you or your child to suffer a serious injury.
To keep you and your family safe this July 4th, the Husband and Wife Law Team is here with some invaluable fireworks safety tips.
Halloween is a hotly anticipated holiday for many, and while parents put a lot of time into preparing costumes and planning parties, they’re not always sure where to take their kids to trick-or-treat and how to do it safely. That’s why The Husband and Wife Law Team has stepped in to help!
Easter is a fun time for families in Phoenix and surrounding areas to get out and enjoy events together. From festivals to egg hunts to brunch to church services, there’s plenty to do for event-goers of all ages. Most hunts will take place on the Saturday before Sunday services, so mark your calendar so you can celebrate all weekend long. Or better yet, go two Saturdays in a row by visiting celebrations at neighboring cities. Here’s a list of a few ideas for you and your loved ones.
There are plenty of great holiday decorating tips online and at stores, but not many tell you how to do it safely. As decorating season is upon us, it’s important to think twice to make sure you aren’t injured before you get together with family and friends, and you also don’t do anything that could injure them.
Thanksgiving is around the corner, and it’s known for being one of the busiest shopping times of the year. For many people, this means increased traffic, longer lines, busier supermarkets, and more potential accidents waiting to happen. You can reduce your wait time, your stress level, and your risk of getting in an accident by avoiding the chaos altogether. Here are some tips:
It’s that time of year again! That time when pumpkins come out and ghosts and goblins roam the streets looking for candy. Since 1996, The Husband and Wife Law Team of Mark and Alexis Breyer know there’s no better place to celebrate Halloween with their eight children than in Phoenix!
But everyone becomes too excited, it’s important to review different safety measures that should be taken so the holiday is truly a happy one.
It’s fall, and the festivities have begun! Whether you have a large family or want a fun activity to do with friends, fall is filled with plenty of corn mazes, petting zoos, pumpkin patches, train rides, haunted attractions, and parties. There is something for everyone, regardless of age. We’ve put together a list of some attractions around the area, but make sure to check out their websites first to determine whether each one is right for your children or your group of friends:
There are many events happening on or around the Fourth of July, regardless of where you are located in Arizona. We’ve put together a list of fun activities for the whole family, including location and basic details. Make sure to look up each event to read about specifics, such as whether they have a clear-bag policy or if they restrict attendance of children under a certain age.
New Year’s is rapidly approaching and it’s time to make those resolutions! You’ll also want to grab tickets to local events while they’re still available. There are plenty of fun things to do in the Phoenix area this season. Here are some ideas for families with children of all ages.
We are down to the wire for Christmas shopping; and roads, parking lots, and stores are packed with last-minute shoppers. There’s still time to get some great gifts, but it’s important to make sure those gifts are safe and age-appropriate for the child you give them to. Here are some great tips to make sure you are choosing gifts that will be enjoyed and treasured.
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