Holiday | Phoenix Personal Injury Law Blog - Breyer Law Offices, P.C. - Part 2
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.
The holidays are a time for family, tradition, reflection on the past year, and hope for the new one. It’s a time to come together and be thankful for what we have and share with others what we can. Most families spend time decorating before festivities begin; they put up trees, hang ornaments, and light candles. It’s important to consider a few safety hazards during this time in order to minimize the likelihood of anyone experiencing injuries, especially children.
It’s that time of the year — when people are driving, flying, and using public transportation to visit friends and family around the city and across the country. Travel increases this time of year, especially when children are out of school and many people have a little time off work. That also means more cars on the road, more people hurrying to get where they’re going, and unfortunately, more people driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol.
At Breyer Law Offices, P.C., we love to recognize the hard work of teachers all across the state. Teachers are so important not only to the education of our children, but also to their emotional growth and confidence. They help raise our future!
It’s the season for decorating with trees, ornaments, and wreaths, and millions of people around the world will light up their homes to celebrate the holidays. While most holiday lights are safe and relatively easy to install, there are plenty of things to watch out for in order to avoid injury this Christmas season. Homeowners can suffer from electrical burns, falls from ladders, or slip on ice while trying to install decorations. It’s important to follow a few safety precautions to avoid these injuries.
Are you the type who loves to shop local and fill stockings with arts and crafts? All month, Arizona will be filled with Christmas festivals and pop-up markets for shoppers to find the gifts they’ve been looking for. Here are a few you might want to check out:
The weeks surrounding Thanksgiving make up the busiest shopping season of the year, and for many people, that means waking up early and fighting busy parking lots and long lines to grab the items they want. However, there are ways to shop without having to get involved in the physical hustle and bustle: look online.
It happens to all of us: we get busy and forget to purchase that perfect Halloween costume. With events rapidly approaching, you need something to wear! Or maybe you have a costume but want to change it up so you’re not wearing the same thing multiple times. You’re in luck. There are plenty of fast, affordable costumes you can throw together last-minute. Here are some ideas:
During the day, most schools will host Halloween-themed celebrations while other cities and organizations such as downtown Mesa, will host a Main Street Trick-or-Treat event for all ages…
After the day of Halloween celebrations, families return home to prepare their houses for trick-or-treaters. Here are a few tips to make sure your house is safe and welcoming for guests:
If you’re not hanging out at home or rushing kids through the neighborhood on foot in search of candy this Halloween, chances are you’re going to be out driving, and if that’s the case, there’s no reason that you have to be involved in an Arizona pedestrian accident. But protecting yourself from being involved in a serious accident with a single trick or treater, or a full group of ghouls and goblins, can be a bit tricky.
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