Here at Tim Rayne Law, we feel it is important to educate on ways to prevent accidents. So here is some strong content regarding accident prevention.
The bathroom can be one of the most dangerous places in a home. Thousands of people harm themselves in bathroom mishaps. Here are some tips to help you avoid becoming part of this statistic.
Grocery stores hold the potential to pose a number of hazards to their customers and employees. Below are a few obstacles grocery stores must overcome on a daily basis, and tips on being proactive in addressing the issues.
Understanding of the importance of wearing work gloves on the job is vital in reducing injury.
Whether you are new to winter sports or have a lot of experience, it is always important to observe safety when participating in skiing and snowboarding.
Here are some guidelines to ensure the safety of the space and workers while working on a construction site.
A closer look at some of the safety rules and regulations schools must follow.
Prevent Injuries When Swimming
Knowing the danger that presents itself with the swimming pool and the reasons contributing to these accidental deaths and injuries, parents can make a difference.
As more and more people do their shopping online, it’s important to avoid cyber crimes. So these tips may help you make safe purchases on the Internet.
Moving can be an emotionally stressful journey, but also a physically tolling one. From packing your belongings to lifting heavy boxes, moving from one home to another can pose a number of physical threats. To avoid injury during your big move, be aware of the potential dangers that could cause physical damage to yourself and others.
According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), there has been a 20% increase in trucking accidents over the past two decades, leading to over 500,000 accidents annually. There are 5,000 fatalities a year linked to tractor-trailer accidents with many more thousands of people are injured. So be aware of the 4 most common causes of truck accidents.
Millions of dog bites occur each year in the United States. In 2013 alone, 4.7 million attacks occurred. Of those attacks, 800,000 required urgent medical care, and 30 resulted in death. The most common injuries involved male dogs and young children under the age of 15. Typically, the damage occurred to the arms or legs of the victim. These types of injuries can be prevented if dog owners and pedestrians work together. Observe these safety tips to avoid becoming a victim of a dog bite attack.
About the Author – Tim Rayne is a Car Accident and Personal Injury Lawyer with the Chester County Law Firm MacElree Harvey. For over 20 years, Tim has been helping accident victims understand their legal rights and receive fair treatment from insurance companies. Tim has law offices in Kennett Square and West Chester Pennsylvania and can be reached at 610 840 0124 or [email protected]