Most toys are made with both fun and safety in mind. Toy manufacturers understand that the way to stay in business is to create products that provide parents with peace of mind and children with countless hours of enjoyment.
Sometimes mistakes are made, though. Perhaps someone didn’t really think things through at the design level. Or serious issues were missed in the product testing phase. Or maybe the company did actually allow quick and easy profit to motivate them.
Whatever the source of the problem, the result is a toy that isn’t just bad – it’s dangerous. Unfortunately, there are so many new toys out every day that it can feel impossible to keep track of them and know a safe one from one that is likely to cause harm to your child.…
Are you looking to buy your teen their first car?
It’s a bigger decision than you might realize. While the vehicle they drive isn’t everything, it could be the difference between them getting into a serious car accident or keeping a clean record – and teens aren’t exactly known as the safest drivers on the road.
That’s why we decided to compile a list of what types of cars are safest for your teen – and the other drivers who will be sharing the road with them.
First, what not to get – and why.
Why an Old Beater Isn’t Best for Your Florida Teen
Many parents think that getting an old, cheap car is the best choice for their teen’s first car.…
The holiday season is here, and many people will be putting up decorative lighting here in Florida. If you’re one of them, you need to know the risks associated with holiday electrical injuries.
In this post, we’re going to tell you which injuries are most common, how serious they are, and let you know what you can do to fight back if you are injured due to a defective product or another type of negligence.
Florida Electrical Injuries Can Be Serious
Electrical accidents from holiday lighting can cause serious injury or death. These are the most common types of injuries associated with electricity:
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As a result of these injuries, you could also experience anxiety, depression, or post-traumatic stress disorder.…Read more