Category: Child Injuries
School bus safety should be every driver’s priority. During National School Bus Safety Week, we urge drivers to review the information from NAPT and the FLHSMV that we are sharing in this blog.
A new school year has just begun, and drivers need to be especially careful around school zones.
Florida has enacted a new law aimed at protecting students when they are at their bus stops. School districts can help prevent school bus stop accidents.
Florida ranks No.1 in child fatality rates caused by drowning, and these accidents are preventable.
Halloween accidents can happen even with the best of planning. Knowing what to do to prevent Halloween accidents can lead to fewer accidents.
Motorists are urged to obey Florida’s school bus laws to protect our children. Many drivers are passing school buses that are displaying stop signs and red flashing lights. These are accidents waiting to happen.
Schools open in SW Florida this month, and traffic accidents are a concern for a Fort Myers child injury attorney.
Only 1 in 5 parents and caregivers seek expert assistance installing or securing children in car seats. More than half of all car seats that are brought in for inspection are installed and used improperly.
Ghosts, ghouls, vampires, superheroes, and zombies are all coming. Millions of children in the U.S. participate in Halloween festivities by going door-to-door collecting candy on Halloween.
The National Association for Pupil Transportation (NAPT) announced National School Bus Safety Week is from October 18–22, 2021.