Category Archive for: Holiday Tips

Black Friday and Cyber Monday: Risks and Tips

Black Friday and Cyber Monday: Personal Injuries and Package Theft This year, nearly 164 million Americans plan to shop during Thanksgiving weekend which includes Black Friday and Cyber Monday. If you’re one there are some thing to keep in mind while shopping in store or online. Personal injuries are often caused by the thousands of […]

Toy Safety Tips for Children This Holiday Season

This holiday season make sure you are aware of children’s toys that can pose safety hazards. According to a study published in Clinical Pediatrics, between 1990 and 2011 over three million children suffered injuries from toys and were sent to the Emergency Room. Every 3 minutes a child or teen under the age of 18 […]

Careful, #BlackFriday 2013 Shoppers!

An estimated 97 million people are expected to hit the stores on Black Friday. If you’re one of them, please shop with caution! Black Friday, known as the “biggest shopping day of the year” in the U.S., is also infamous for the personal injuries caused by thousands of people pushing, shoving and fighting to get […]

Happy Holidays from 1-800-THE-LAW2

Happy Holidays from 1-800-THE-LAW2 & Our Attorneys! I think we all can agree that the holidays are a time for family, friends, and celebration. So, during the hustle and bustle of shopping for gifts, cooking, traveling, and preparing your home for visitors, I hope you’ll take a moment to tell the people in your life […]

Happy Thanksgiving: Tips for Avoiding Car Accidents

Happy Thanksgiving! Tips for Avoiding Car Accidents Getting up early to watch the parade. Watching football all day long, then having turkey. Wearing the apron with the turkey on it. Having each person at the dinner table share what they are thankful for. Volunteering to serve a meal or donate food for those in need. […]

Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween is almost here. Time for costumes, pumpkins, candy, and safety. The real danger of this night isn’t from goblins, ghosts, or eating too much candy. Sadly, it comes from drivers hitting trick or treaters, as these young children make their rounds collecting Halloween candy. During 1975-1996, between the prime trick or treating hours of […]