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As part of National Playground Safety Week, Family Safety Advocate, Jacquie Palisi shares simple tips to help avoid preventable playground injuries as families head to the community park or backyard swing set. Download our Parent's Guide to Playground Safety to help protect your child.
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Protect Your Child from Playground-Related Injuries, presented by Georgia-Atlanta Injury Attorneys, Montlick & Associates
Playgrounds are such fun. They encourage children to test and expand their physical abilities; which is also how accidents happen so easily. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), emergency departments treat more than 200,000 children ages 14 and younger each year for playground-related injuries. It is important for parents to make sure their child's playground is a safe place to play.
Montlick & Associates' Family Safety Advocate shares important playground safety tips for parents in the following two minute news segment. The firm has also created a Parent's Guide to Playground safety to help avoid preventable injuries among children at play. Use the Safety Checklist provided by Atlanta Injury Attorneys Montlick & Associates each time you head to the community park or backyard swing set to help avoid preventable injuries, and possibly even save a life.