Most people agree that there are few things more enjoyable during Thanksgiving than the food, and we could agree with that. In past articles, we’ve discussed insurance claims that increase during the fall in addition to common summer injuries, so we’ll be taking a look at how you and your family can stay safe during Thanksgiving this year by (a) understanding common Thanksgiving injuries, both personal and general injuries (b) how to avoid them and (c) some safety tips and tricks to consider prior to your Thanksgiving holiday.
Trick-or-treat but, before you go, be sure to prepare for some of the most common Halloween injuries so you can have the safest and most fun Halloween night possible. Specifically, Halloween is a time where fun and danger often can overlap by a thin line. And if social distancing is in effect or you’re utilizing masks (not just the ones included with creepy costumes) to keep things safe this year, it’s still important to understand and implement other ways to encourage safety during this time. The goal is to help you avoid some of the most common Halloween injuries listed below:
As children, one of the earliest walking safety tips we’re taught is to look both ways before crossing any street. And no matter what part of the world we live in, this tip is timeless for many when it comes to maintaining pedestrian safety. Nonetheless, while walking is definitely good for our health, and looking both ways before crossing the street is practical, pedestrian accidents are still prevalent.
The fall season is fun, but knowing what insurance claims increase during fall could make fall funner. This is because when you know what injuries and insurance claims are common during the fall, you can take practical steps to avoid them. The reality is that we all wish injuries could be avoided, but there are personal injuries and insurance claims that are specific to the fall season. And our team here at Raynes | Erickson is happy to address these unique injuries and autumnal insurance claims.
When you hear the phrase ‘robotic-assisted surgery,’ you are probably not the only person wondering if an actual robot will be performing your surgery. With the advancements of medicine and overall technology, we should not be surprised that robots are beginning to have a presence in everyday life — and the daily endeavors of medicine is not an exception.
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If you have been involved in a rideshare car accident, whether you are the driver, passenger, or other party involved, contacting a rideshare accident attorney is likewise important. If you…