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Holiday Season Accidents – Stay Safe this Thanksgiving

On Behalf of | Nov 22, 2021 | Personal Injury |

Happy Thanksgiving to all, and safe travels to those who will be enjoying the highway over the next few days.  We hope that your trip is filled with safety, food, fun, and most importantly, memories of those who you hold most dear. Two fun traditions that families always seem to enjoy during this week of this month are coming together for a family meal and decorating for the remainder of the holiday season.  Both are great ways to show your sense of humor, your creative talents, and make irreplaceable memories with family and friends alike.

Unfortunately, when we travel, we expose ourselves to vehicle accidents.  When we decorate, quite often we need something to help us reach spots along rooflines, high windows, and especially the tip-top spot on the perfect tree.  All of those special memories, talents, and many of our skills, all reside in our brains.  When we fall, sometimes it is our head that makes the biggest impact.  In 2014 alone, there were more than 2.5 million emergency department visits for those who were diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury.  This is a huge number, and reason to be extra careful this holiday season.

If you, or someone you love, is hurt in a vehicle accident, while putting up decorations at work, or while helping another person or organization during the holidays, we are able to help. Baddour, Parker, Hine, and Hale is uniquely suited to support you if anything goes wrong with your Holiday festivities.  When something goes wrong, there have to be frank conversations with everyone involved to make sure that those responsible help those who get injured.  We are able to help with personal injuries due to vehicle accidents, a defective ladders, or an accident at work.  We offer free consultations, and you may pay no fees unless your claim is successful.  Your family depends on you, and you can depend on us to make sure you can enjoy it together.

Call Baddour, Parker, Hine, and Hale today.