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Preventing Hot Car Child Deaths in Erie

Preventing Hot Car Child Deaths in Erie

The National Safety Council (NSC) has a free online course to help educate parents and caregivers about the dangers of hot cars and how to prevent hot car deaths. Approximately 38 children die each year in hot vehicles. During 2018, 52 children died of vehicular heatstroke, which is a record high for the past 20… Read more »

Back To School Safety Tips for Erie County Students and Parents

Summer break has come to an end and the day that student dread and parents cherish has arrived — the first day of school. As the new school year begins in Erie County, it is important for parents and students to review how to stay safe on their way to and from school. Drivers, parents,… Read more »

Summer Fun Can Lead to a Serious Dog Bite

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) states that children are at a higher risk for dog bites than other age groups. In addition, dog bites for children can be more traumatic and cause severe injuries. Because it is summer, more children will be playing outside and in parks. Therefore, the number of dog bites could… Read more »

Is Santa Claus Bringing a Bicycle to Pennsylvania for Your Child This Christmas?

Has your child asked for a new bicycle for Christmas? If so, it is important to teach your child how to ride his or her bicycle safely. Thousands of children are injured and killed in bicycle accidents each year.  To prevent a wonderful surprise from turning into a tragic accident, our Erie bicycle accident attorneys… Read more »

Do I Need to Replace My Child’s Car Seat After a Car Accident?

Being in a car accident is a traumatic event, especially if your child was in the car with you at the time of the crash. Car seats and safety restraints keep children safe during a crash. However, if you are in a crash with your child, you may need to replace the car seat your… Read more »

Is Your Child Safe This Summer Riding in a Car?

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released its Traffic Safety Facts related to children earlier this year. Sadly, traffic-related fatalities for children increased by five percent from 2014 to 2015. Injuries sustained by children in traffic accidents increased by six percent in 2015. Approximately 178,000 children were injured, and 1,798 were killed in traffic… Read more »