Every parent and guardian should know car seat laws in Georgia. Per Georgia’s Consumer Protection Division, all children under the age of eight must ride in a car seat or booster seat. There are several other child-related laws meant to protect children from danger. Additional Car Seat Laws in Georgia Children who are under the…
Our South Carolina personal injury attorney shares information about detecting concussions and head injuries in youth football and other youth sports.
Teach your child how to stay safe on the bus to school. George Sink P.A. Injury Lawyers can help if your child has a school bus related accident.
Insurance is unlikely to voluntarily cover a pet injured or killed in a South Carolina car accident claim. Was your pet hurt in a car crash? Find out why you might want a lawyer.
Practice firework safety to avoid serious injury and medical bills this Fourth of July. George Sink P.A. Injury Lawyers can help with your Personal Injury claim.
South Carolina mobile carriers join the fight against distracted driving. Contact George Sink P.A. Injury Lawyers if you’ve been hurt in an auto accident.
Planning a road trip? Here are 10 helpful Road Trip Safety Tips to keep you and your passengers safe on the highway.
It’s almost time for the scariest holiday of the year: Halloween, which is full of carved pumpkins, scary monsters, and delicious candy. This holiday isn’t only fun for kids who get to go trick-or-treating in their favorite costume, but it’s also entertaining for adults who pass out candy and trick-or-treat with their kids. But the…
After consuming a wrap from KFC, a girl from Australia sustained serious brain damage.
According to the National Safety Council’s Injury Facts, the three most common causes of death are all health related.
No criminal charges will be filed in the case of a fatal children’s train ride accident in Spartanburg earlier this year, according to news reports.
A new report shows that some moms are putting their infants to sleep in an unknowingly unsafe environment.
Frozen, pre-made, crustless peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are being recalled because of potential listeria contamination that can make children sick, according to news reports.
Several consumer advocates walked out on a discussion on how to best revise standards within the window blind industry to eliminate safety hazards last week.
The US government’s recall of over two million cribs from a variety of manufacturers this year has parenting asking themselves: how safe is our child’s crib?
The CPSC announced the voluntary recall of the Twirlla Wooden Rattle because the product’s U-shaped parts can break off and pose a choking hazard to children.
A chemical in everything from child sippy cups to canned food is being banned across the nation.