During Child Safety Week, we’re looking at what we can all do to improve child road safety and prevent accidents from occurring.
A major cause of serious injuries in children is as a result of falling from a height and there are things we can all do to help prevent these accidents from occurring.
Take a look at our infographic about Child Safety Week 2017 and keeping our children safe!
Child Safety Week is taking place from 5th to 11th June 2017. The week aims to raise awareness of the dangers children face and also how accidents involving children can be prevented.
The Conservatives have stated in their 2017 election manifesto that they would look at a ban on cold-calls made by claims management companies, which can often lead to unscrupulous, fraudulent personal injury claims.
At Freeclaim Solicitors, we’ve helped many families after children have sadly been injured in a pedestrian accident.
Pedestrians are extremely vulnerable road users. Due to the fact they have no protection around them, often pedestrian accidents result in serious, life-changing injuries and sometimes fatalities.
We’ve taken a look at some safety tips to teach your children to stay safe near busy roads.
Between the 15th and 19th May, it is Walk to School Week. Teach your children The Green Cross Code so they know how to safely cross a road.
From the 24th April 2017, new powers have been introduced in the UK which aim to tackle the problem of speeding on our roads.