Category: Children’s Injuries

Who is Liable if My Child is Injured at a Public Playground?

July 10, 2021 | Children's Injuries

Injuries can occur anywhere, particularly when there are children involved. This is especially true for playgrounds. However, even though children can get themselves into strange situations that cause injuries, there are times when the careless or negligent actions of others directly cause a child’s injury. Here, we want to discuss who could be held liable… read more

Safest Neighborhoods to Trick or Treat in Indianapolis

October 8, 2019 | Blog,Children's Injuries,Pedestrian Accidents

Halloween can be a great time for having fun with friends. However, when you have kids, your priorities are different. The safety of your children is of the utmost importance during the Halloween season. There are plenty of dangers to be aware of, especially on Halloween night. Pedestrian accidents are one of the most common… read more

A TBI Can Change the Course of a Child’s Life

August 29, 2018 | Children's Injuries

Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are always a serious matter, but it is particularly worrisome when a child sustains a TBI. Injuries that occur while the brain is still developing can have profound long-term effects, and it is critical for parents to protect their children’s legal rights. Rehabilitation after a TBI can be expensive and, in… read more

Back to School: A New Year, a New Risk of Injuries

August 8, 2018 | Children's Injuries

With August here and the end of the summer around the corner, many parents in the Indianapolis area are preparing to send their children back to school. A new academic year brings with it new friends, new teachers, new opportunities, and sometimes even e new school. Unfortunately, going back to school also exposes kids to… read more

Indianapolis Consumer Alert: Jané Muum Stroller Entrapment, Strangulation Risk Results in Recall

July 25, 2018 | Children's Injuries

  Stroller manufacturer Jané has recalled about 800 strollers after it was determined that its U.S. models are in violation of the federal Stroller and Carriage standard. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) website, an infant riding in the stroller can pass through the armrest and the seat bottom, creating strangulation and entrapment… read more

The Right Child Seat Can Protect Your Child in a Crash

June 27, 2018 | Children's Injuries

As a parent, your top priority is to keep your children safe from harm. Unfortunately, any time you leave the house in a car or bicycle with your children, the negligence of other drivers can place them at risk of serious serious injuries. While you cannot prevent accidents by controlling the actions of other drivers,… read more

Indianapolis Parents: Look out for Defective Playground Equipment!

May 9, 2018 | Children's Injuries

Public playgrounds are a great way to enjoy quality family time in the Indianapolis area. Public playgrounds allow children to engage in physical play and develop social skills—all without cost to parents. These playgrounds, however, can also pose a serious danger to children. Defective Playground Equipment Could Harm Children While any type of physical activity… read more

What Happens When Children Get Hit While Playing by the Roadway?

February 28, 2018 | Children's Injuries

In this day and age of iPads and Netflix, most parents must push to get their children to play outside for a few hours. With warmer weather coming to Indianapolis, we will surely all see children in their front yards, playing games or riding bikes. Many children play soccer, volleyball, baseball, or similar sports in… read more