Our Baton Rouge injury law firm has a team of personal injury attorneys who have years of experience helping families and individuals recover financial reparations for damages caused by negligence or malice. As car accident attorneys, we are passionate about helping people obtain justice; however, we also believe in a preventative approach on our blog. For this installment of our blog review series, we are going to focus on car safety. This first post reviews several ways to make sure your car is safe and ready to go for the summer months ahead.
The second post takes a narrower approach by focusing on car seats. Child safety seats are easy to install incorrectly. This article goes through a list of important things to check before you take your infant or small child for a drive.
“Summer is officially underway in Baton Rouge. The weather is creeping from warm to hot; children are out of school, and families are hitting the road for their long awaited summer vacations. It’s a time of year for countless memories and hours filled with carefree family fun. Of course, all of that depends on your ability to make it to and from your destination without incident. More important than where you go this summer is whether or not your vehicle is capable of getting you there safely.”
“At Spencer Calahan Injury Lawyers, we enjoy our own summer getaways with family, and we want you to do the same. Because most accidents are avoidable, safety on the roads should be a priority for all drivers. While you may not be able to control road conditions or the other drivers around you, you can control the roadworthiness of your own vehicle. Here are just a few tips to keep you traveling safely all summer long…”
“Not all car seats are appropriate for all children. Height and weight will determine which seat is best, meaning that while one child may be ready to move up to a booster seat, another child of the same age may not. Determining which option is best and how it should be installed can be confusing, and unfortunately, parents often choose incorrectly. Here are a few guidelines that, when followed, can help ensure your child’s safety in the vehicle…”