Child’s journey following parent’s death can last a lifetime

As part of the 10th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks, the nation will stop and remember the 3,000 victims of that terrible day.  But along with those remembrances comes the risk of forgetting another 3,000 victims: the children who lost parents on those planes, in those towers, and at the Pentagon.  The National […]

Reduced amputation injury risk for San Diego students if Commission acts fast

Woodworking has been my hobby for the past 12 years.   When I’m woodworking, I leave the demands of an active law practice behind, because woodworking commands my attention. I have been fortunate, because during that time, I’ve had no real injuries to speak of. Many fellow woodworkers, including many high school students, have been less fortunate. […]

Holiday Child Safety Alert For San Diego Families!

Our Top 5 Safety Tips To Keep Your Child Safe This Holiday Season Eliminate Slip and Fall Hazards: If you know your kids just can’t wait to see what Santa brought, make sure they can see where they’re headed. Leave enough light on to eliminate falls down the stairs and trips to the emergency room! Eliminate […]

Safety Commissioner OPPOSES Efforts to Reduce Child Injuries in San Diego

In March 2011, the Consumer Product Safety Commission will go on-line with a searchable public database designed to improve the accessibility of potential product safety hazard information. Supported by a wide coalition of consumer groups, the database supports a parent’s right to know about the potential safety hazards of products already in the home or […]

Top 7 Halloween Costume Safety Tips

All costumes and accessories MUST be flame-retardant or flame-resistant. Check the label! If you’re making your child’s costume, the same rules apply. Stick with nylon or polyester. Avoid costumes with baggy sleeves and billowing skirts. This will minimize the risk of entanglement, plus minimize the risk of contact with fire sources your kids might encounter, […]

Escalator Signs Don’t Comply with Sound Safety Engineering Practices

Within the field of safety engineering, there are certain principles all competent professionals follow: if a hazard can be eliminated through design, it should be; if it can’t be designed out, it should be guarded against; and if it can’t be addressed by design or guarding, then a warning sign is required. While the escalator […]

Nationally-Recognized Escalator Safety Expert Won’t Let His Own Small Child Ride on Escalators

Escalators are a convenient way to get from point A to point B.  But do you know why mall escalators have glass sides? It’s so small kids can see through them and let you know about the toys and the McDonalds on the next level!  Kids love riding them, too.  Right up to the point […]

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