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Summertime typically evokes scenes of children splashing in a pool, families spending the day boating, and local parks and playgrounds being flooded with adults and kids of all ages playing sports, running, and just enjoying themselves in general. Sadly, however, summertime activities can also be very dangerous if supervision is not adequate and safety measures are not implemented.
One of the most popular summertime activities for children is actually the number one cause of head injuries. Bicycling causes more traumatic brain injuries than football according to the Chicago Institute of Neurosurgery. Whether your child is biking, swimming, boating, or just playing on the swing set, the attorneys at Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata & Siegel, P.C. want you to know that there are precautions you can take to ensure your children make it through the summer and back to school without incident.
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- Camp Negligence and Liability
- Resort Safety
- Swimming Pool Liability
- Swimming Pool Liability Questions
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Whether you are supervising your own child or you have entrusted a daycare or day camp staff to oversee your child's summertime activities, accidents can happen in a split second, and those accidents can be deadly.
If you would like to learn more about summertime safety, or if you would like to speak to an attorney regarding an injury your child has suffered, please contact the Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia accident attorneys of Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata, & Siegel, P.C. today to schedule a confidential consultation.