Posted On October 16, 2017 In Personal Injury
Halloween is supposed to be a fun holiday for children and their parents, but it can also end in tragedy. We have all heard stories of poisoned candy or treats containing razor blades, but the real threats on Halloween come from defective costumes, motor vehicles and other unforeseen hazards. Safe Kids Worldwide, a child safety organization, claims that only one-third of parents talk to their children about Halloween safety concerns. We hope that informing you on the following hazards can help you have a safe and fun Halloween.
Accidents can happen even in cases where parents have done everything right to keep their trick-or-treaters safe. If your child was injured while trick or treating and you believe the negligent actions of other people are to blame, then you should speak with a Texas personal injury attorney at our firm. We can help you discover if you have legal options to hold those individuals accountable.