Protect Your Children from Heatstroke Death

Written by: Ken Selander Category: Children's Injuries, Wrongful Death

Every year, an average of 37 toddlers and infants succumb to vehicular heatstroke; to date, 23 children have already died from it this year. Vehicular heatstroke is the term used for heat-related deaths inside vehicles. These deaths are tragic and entirely preventable. Most of the time, the parent or caregiver doesn’t purposefully leave their child in […]

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Just Started to Cycle Again? Avoid These Common Mistakes

Written by: Ken Selander Category: Wrongful Death

Summer is officially here, which is a great excuse to get on your bicycle, especially if you’ve been looking to ride for a while. Maybe your friends have been riding and you’ve been wanting to join, or maybe your children recently learned to ride. Either way, if you haven’t ridden in a while, here are […]

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Avoid Injuries and Dangerous Conditions in and Around Rivers

Written by: Ken Selander Category: Boating Accidents, Wrongful Death

As temperatures rise and summer peeks around the corner, more people feel tempted to take a dip in the river to cool off. Before you jump or even wade in, look for warning signs around the riverbank notifying you of fast currents, sharp rocks, or other hazards. A lack of signs doesn’t necessarily mean the […]

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