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How to Prevent Child Injuries When Moving to a New House

By Breyer Law Offices on April 19, 2013

Many families relocate at least once or twice before their children reach the age of 18. As Arizona child injury attorneys, we want to provide families with some tips they can use when moving into a new house.

  1. Before you begin moving your belongings, check the new house for exposed wires, uncovered outlets, and any other items that might be hazardous to your children.
  2. Paint and refinish surfaces before you move in and while your children are staying with friends or family. This keeps them away from the harmful dust and fumes.
  3. Some areas are known for mold, radon or lead paint hazards. Ask your realtor or the homeowner if the home has any of these things. Otherwise, purchase a test to inspect for these yourself. For example, a radon test is typically less than $10. Read the rest »
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