Category: Injuries to Children

California Booster Seat Laws

Car Accidents,Injuries to Children | July 1, 2020

As an adult, your number one goal should be keeping any children in your car safe. Whether you are visiting scenic California on a family vacation or are a local getting your child to and from little league practice, then you need to understand how California’s child booster seat laws apply to you. California takes…

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What Is the Most Common Birth Injury?

Birth Injuries,Injuries to Children | August 20, 2019

Birth injuries occur to newborns more frequently than most expectant parents realize. Although modern medicine has vastly improved conditions during pregnancy, labor and delivery, birth injuries still occur – largely due to medical malpractice. Medical malpractice could cause a catastrophic or permanent infant injury. A newborn could suffer many different injuries in the delivery room,…

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Are your children’s car seats properly installed?

Injuries to Children | February 9, 2018

Sometimes it seems as if Roseville parents spend all of their time shuttling their kids to and from school, to team practices and other extracurricular activities and social obligations. The more time spent riding in passenger vehicles increases the potential risk of an injury-causing accident. Parents should always focus on keeping their children safe from…

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When kids are injured in crashes

Car Accidents,Injuries to Children | April 26, 2017

The statistics for car crash injuries and fatalities are even more horrifying when you learn how many victims are children under age eight. In 2015, 663 children 12 years and younger died in car crashes. In 2014,121,350 suffered significant injuries. The Centers for Disease Control lists transportation injuries as the leading cause of death for children. The…

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Now is the time to revisit school zone safety

Injuries to Children,Our Blog | February 18, 2015

California Law enforcement officials are reminding drivers to use caution in school zones. Interestingly, they say it is often parents who drive too fast or are distracted after picking up or dropping off their children. In fact, an officer with the California Highway Patrol said parents cause most of the safety problems in school zones….

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