Summertime in Texas means days full of sunshine, high temperatures, and any activity that provides relief from the heat. As Texans prepare to face another sweltering summer, they need to be prepared for the serious and unfortunately common accidents that come with the season. Sadly, Texas leads the country in fatal swimming pool accidents. According…
When the weather begins to warm up, millions of Americans flock to popular amusement parks across the U.S. or local carnivals in their cities or towns for a day of fun that both adults and children can enjoy. With attractions like Ferris wheels, roller coasters, water slides, and other fast, flying, fun rides, it’s no…
As kids go back to school, they will spend time on playgrounds during recess, but this joyous time can be traumatic if a child is injured. While minor injuries like scrapes and bruises are common, children can easily sustain broken bones, cuts and concussions that require emergency treatment. Additionally, children on playgrounds on Texas are exposed to a unique danger – burns, from the hot Texas sun heating metal components and equipment found on playgrounds.
Every summer, millions of Americans go to amusement parks, carnivals, and fairs for a little summer fun, but these places can be extremely dangerous if the proper safety precautions aren’t taken. To best protect yourself and your children from injury at an amusement park, follow our safety tips.
Supermarkets and grocery stores actually have a significant level of potential liability for personal injuries to customers, and that liability goes well beyond the potential liability from selling foods that cause illness, which should be obvious.
Texas and New Mexico property owners, businesses, and apartment managers have a duty to protect their patrons and tenants to the best of their abilities under premises liability laws. When a person visits a store or other privately owned property, they are trusting that their safety will be a top priority. One of the responsibilities to uphold this trust includes providing adequate security to protect visitors from the threat of crimes.
The final hot, sunny days of the Texas summer break are approaching and many families take their last vacation to amusement parks. While enjoying the ferris wheel, funnel cake, and fun times with your family, it can be easy to forget the potential dangers that lurk around the corners of theme parks, but situations do arise that can cause injuries or even death when proper precautions are neglected by staff members or the park’s management.