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How to avoid Christmas-related Accidents 

Every authority, medical institutions, and law firms are well-aware of what does this season brings to most road users and aside from family members, we are as well consider your safety and assurance to drive safely along american roads and homes. As given from previous blogs, Christmas Day and other american holidays do double or triple the risk present in specific corner where human activities related to holiday such as Christmas Day are conducted such as at roads, markets, and homes. 

Though, with full countermeasures and caution, sustenance of injuries from these risks are preventable and are easily seen when known. In this blog, we are going to give tips how to avoid common injuries that are sustained by many people in Christmas Day all through the years in common scenarios such as going for groceries, decorating at house, and even driving along roads which has records for dealing injuries and even fatalities in the previous years. 

Common Injuries During Christmas and How to Prevent Them

Slip and Falls

People are extremely occupied during Christmas Day, they do things that aren't usually seen such as massive rush shopping, extensive installation of christmas decorations, and other things that could possibly result in slip and fall. At extreme extent, there were recorded cases of fall from heights, specifically from ladders that are often seen with installing decorations. These slips and falls accidents usually ends in minor injuries such as bruises up to major injuries such as head and neck traumas, broken bone, fractures, and dislocation of bones. People are encouraged to: 

  • Situate their ladders on stable and flat surfaces and ask for someone to hold for it 

  • Walk carefully especially when pavement or surface is wet or covered in snow, wear shoes with slip-resistant soles if managable

Burns from Electrocution and Kitchen Fire

Of course, preparing food and installation of christmas lights are must-do in a Christmas Holiday. Though unfortunately, these results in sustenance of burn due to negligence and accident. Kitchen fire usually results in minor to moderate burns that should be still needing medical attention, while on the other hand, electrocutions could still range from minor but extends drastically to major burns that may last permanently and affect one's life. These are still preventable through:

  • Make sure children are not involved in any of these

  • Wear gloves when cooking and installing christmas lights

  • Avoid overloading power outlets

Car Accidents

If ever one of your family members or closests friend has been involved in an accident who have sustained either minor or significant injuries and even a possible case of amputation because of a person has shown apparent negligence and recklessness and caused an accident and render the victim to have life-threatening injuries and condition, you can always refer help from a professional experienced injury lawyer to smoothen things out as your hired lawyers can help you decide from their factual and legal advices and can help you sort things out legally rather than settling over cash offer without damage calculation and future's regards. 

Ryan LLP is an Ohio based injury lawyer that represents victims of personal injury caused by car accidents, medical malpractice due to medical professional's negligence, and even wrongful death against large companies, agencies and even individuals. We have 40 years of experience doing our service in this field and evidently successful with our civil litigations. Call our office now for free legal consultation. 

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