The Yost Legal Group, Baltimore, Maryland Personal Injury law firm, would like to wish all of our friends and clients a happy and healthy 4th of July weekend! We encourage everyone in the beautiful city of Baltimore and across the nation to take time this weekend to spend time with family, enjoy the summer weather, and celebrate our Nation’s independence safely and responsibly.
Remember, even the most joyous celebrations can become dangerous in the blink of an eye. This 4th of July weekend, make sure to take all the necessary precautions to ensure that your party or family gathering is a fun and safe environment for everyone.
Here are some tips to remember while celebrating this weekend:
- Don’t Drink & Drive: If you are hosting a party where alcohol will be served, NEVER allow a guest to drive home after they have been drinking. If you will be attending a 4th of July party and plan on drinking alcohol, assign a designated driver or arrange for alternative transportation home.
- Be Safe Around All Fireworks: Celebrations involving fireworks are a staple of many Independence Day parties, but these devices can also cause severe injury if not handled properly. Practice proper fireworks safety this Fourth of July. You can view a helpful safety guide from the National Council on Fireworks Safety here.
- Pool & Water Safety: Safety around the water is a major concern, especially for young children. Every year, far too many New York residents are injured or drown in the water. Click here for a full guide to home pool safety tips from the Red Cross.
Have a fun and safe holiday weekend, and happy 4th of July from The Yost Legal Group!
If you or a loved one is ever injured in an accident that was caused by the negligence of another, call The Yost Legal Group right away at 1-800-YOST-LAW (967-8529). Our experienced, compassionate Baltimore Personal Injury attorneys will review the details of your case for FREE and can help provide the answers you seek.
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