Although all motorists are expected to be careful when driving their cars near motorcyclists, pedestrians and bicyclists, there are some who aren't. Their failure to exercise this duty of care results in thousands of individuals being struck by vehicles each year. The large majority of bicyclists that are hit by motorists are children.
Bullying has been getting a lot of attention in the media during the past few years. One of the reasons for this is that an increasing number of victims have been turning to abusing drugs or alcohol, have developed mental health issues or have taken their lives because of it.
As parents, we all share one thing and that is the feeling that we would do anything to make our injured child feel better, safer and simply more loved. Child injuries can occur in so many ways. He or she could have a completely accidental bicycle crash and break an arm. In another example, the child could fall off playground equipment and injure his or her leg.
Contrary to popular belief, it can get cold in Waco, Texas. Although the city does not receive much in the way of snow, the presence of ice is sometimes a factor. When it comes to child injury, winter can be just as dangerous for Texas children as it is for kids living in northern states. Further, in most cases, the injuries discussed in this post are preventable. They are also legally actionable if another party's negligence led to the injury.
A child who is being bullied at school can be impacted in many different ways. There is never a situation in which bullying should be allowed in schools. The school system should take steps to prevent these types of situations and to stop them if they occur. Parents who have children who are the victims might wonder what they can do about these matters. In many cases, there are legal actions that you can take. Here are a few points to know about bullying in schools.
When children suffer from serious injuries -- such as burn injuries -- it can have a devastating mental and emotional impact. They no longer feel in control. They no longer feel safe. Even after they physically recover, these feelings may continue.
Even if your child has to stay in the hospital for an extended period of time, you are likely going to want to visit every day. What can you do to make sure that your child is safe and healthy during this trying time?
As a parent, you often worry about your child getting hurt, and you do everything in your power to prevent it. One thing you may be forgetting, though, is that injuries are often not as bad for children as they are for adults. Kids really do heal faster in many cases.
Numerous members of a high school band were injured when the charter bus they were riding on went off of the road at the worst possible moment. It plunged off of a bridge and fell into a 50-foot ravine.
A chain-reaction crash claimed the lives of two young sisters March 2 on Interstate 20. The tragic accident involved six vehicles and started when another accident occurred about 15 minutes before this fatal crash.