Halloween Safety Tips for Ghosts and Goblins of All Ages. Whether October 31 means taking your kids for tricks and treats, or an adult costume party, we want your inner goblin to have fun and be safe. Here’s our top suggestions for a fun, safe Halloween for all ghosts and ghouls on the prowl this Hallowed Eve: Put your phone away when driving or walking. You’ll want to catch the best… Read More
If parents need another excuse to coax their child to wear a protective helmet during activities which come with a significant risk of head injury, a new study can provide that reason. Sports, such as cycling, or contact team sports, such as football and hockey, are a major source of brain trauma among youth. The study concluded there was a significant link between adults diagnosed with ADHD and T… Read More
It sounds like a good thing- more adult men take to bicycling as a means of running errands, commuting, and generally getting from point A to point B. There is, however, a downside: more adult bike fatalities. A new study reports that as the popularity of bicycling increases among adult males in the United States, so do the life-threatening dangers. (more…)… Read More
A recent nationwide study regarding the use of infant and child car seats found that 46 percent of all car seats are either installed improperly or used incorrectly. Even worse, a 2010 NHTSA study concluded that a full 80 percent of child restraints were being used incorrectly. While the numbers are better, five years later, they still are not good enough, when nearly half of all car seats are bei… Read More
Every parent of a teen driver has experienced that moment of angst when they watch their teen back out of the driveway and drive away on their own. A teenager’s driver’s license brings newfound freedom—and the lure of the open road. Along with this freedom comes a host of potential problems or new situations your teen has not yet encountered. In order to ensure their safety, it is important … Read More
Kevin Pearce grew up on the slopes and was snowboarding at an early age. By the age of 18, he exploded onto the professional snowboarding scene. He won 3 medals in the X-Games and won the European Open Half Pipe in Switzerland in 2008. He was strongly considered a favorite to win gold in the 2010 Vancouver Olympics and was actively training in 2009 for his Olympic debut. (more…)… Read More
Earlier this summer, kids in L.A. and New York City were treated to performances by top professional stunt cyclist Chris Clark. The children watched, mesmerized, as Clark performed breath-taking stunts, jumped ramps without hesitation, and hurdled obstacles while bouncing on just one tire. No doubt, every child there pictured him or herself performing all those same stunts as fearlessly and flawle… Read More
After scouring ten years of hospital records looking for injuries from trampoline accidents, researchers at Indiana University claim that nearly one million emergency room visits can be attributed to home or backyard trampoline-related injuries between the years 2002 and 2011. During that time, trampoline accidents prompted 289,000 emergency room visits for broken bones alone. The cost for the 1 m… Read More
When entrusting the well-being of your child to others, you expect a high level of safety, care, and supervision. Unfortunately, not all childcare providers meet these expectations and their negligence could be harmful to your child. When this happens, you may be eligible to file a personal injury claim against the negligent and irresponsible childcare provider. (more…)… Read More
BRECKENRIDGE, Colo. - A 5-year-old Colorado Springs boy named Jayden Huller is in a coma after he was found unconscious in a hot tub on Saturday. According to the police, officers responded to a call that came in at 4:15 p.m. The incident happened at the Grand Lodge in Breckenridge located on 1979 Ski Hill Road. Jayden's grandfather, Randy Marck, has been near his grandson since he was taken to … Read More
Fuicelli & Lee, PC Settles Car Accident for $462,500.00
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Fuicelli & Lee, PC Negotiates Policy Limit Settlement of $250,000
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