Parent's Guide to Cyber Bullying From Montlick & Associates


August 26, 2010

Montlick & Associates, Attorneys at Law has a long history of giving back to the community, not only in terms of providing free legal advice to accident victims, but also through the firm’s ongoing family safety initiatives. We are proud of our Help Keep Kids Safe program which dates back to 1987, and our newest Family Safety and Legal Tips program. At Montlick & Associates, we know from experience that the more parents know about avoiding common dangers, the better equipped they will be to prevent injuries and possibly even save their child’s life. Each week we provide a two-minute video that was featured on ABC News, along downloadable materials, all designed to help you and your family stay safe. One example is Cyber Bullying.

We understand that electronic media, such as the internet and cell phones, has many social and educational benefits for children. Unfortunately, youth can use this new technology to embarrass, harass or threaten their peers. The effects can be psychologically devastating to a child and sometimes lead to depression and personal injury.

At Montlick & Associates, we want parents and caregivers to be aware of the potential dangers that young people face through these new technologies. To learn important tips to help keep children safe online, watch our Safety Video and read/print our Parent’s Guide to Cyber Bullying. It is important for parents and children work together to come up with ways to maximize the benefits of technology, while at the same time minimizing its risks.

The Georgia Personal Injury Lawyers at Montlick & Associates have been helping families throughout Georgia and the Southeast for over a quarter of a century. We work extremely hard for our clients, and are dedicated to helping each person get the compensation they deserve.

Category: Personal Injury

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