4 Christmas Tree Hazards You Should Know About

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Millions of people put up Christmas trees and other decorations each year as a way to celebrate the holiday season. But did you know that Christmas trees can also be hazardous? Learn more about the dangers and how you can mitigate their risks with these Christmas tree safety tips from Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys. […]

Northwest Indiana Winter Driving Tips

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Winter in northwest Indiana means rain, sleet, snow, and other inclement weather conditions. These weather extremes can result in car accidents, injuries, and wrongful deaths in the worst case scenarios. That is why our Merrillville personal injury team wants to arm you with Indiana winter driving safety tips, so that you’re prepared for the challenging […]

What Causes Tucson House Fires in the Winter?

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House fires can happen any time during the year, but they are particularly common in winter months. On average, there are over 100,000 home structure fires in the U.S. between November and January according to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).  In this article, the Tucson burn injury lawyers at Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys […]

How to Avoid a Christmas Light Electrocution Injury

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The snow falls, the hot cocoa warms on the stove, and the Christmas tree stands ready for decorating in your living room. You can feel the hum of excitement around your home as the holiday season gets ready to take shape. Don’t let that hum change into the buzz of a disastrous Christmas light electrocution […]

How to Avoid Albuquerque Winter Slip and Fall Accidents

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While slip and fall accidents can happen at any time of year, they are more common in the winter months. Ice, snow, and rain make surfaces slick and a simple misstep can send even a surefooted person down. The number of Albuquerque winter slip and fall cases reported to our attorneys increase as the cold […]

Chicago Winter Driving Safety Tips

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Winter in Chicago often means beautiful and picturesque scenes, but it can also mean treacherous driving conditions. Between snow, black ice, and wet roads, knowing proper Chicago winter driving safety is a must. Being armed with proper knowledge can often make the difference between avoiding a car accident and being in a calamitous wreck. To […]

Get Your Car Ready for Las Vegas Winter

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Las Vegas winter is coming and with it comes potentially dangerous driving conditions that could lead to a traffic accident. Evening temperatures are already in the mid-30s and will drop even lower over the next few weeks. To help you and your family maximize their safety and avoid car accidents, Lerner and Rowe has put […]

How to Prepare Your Car for Winter in Chicago

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Temperatures are dipping in Chicago, with evenings already falling below freezing temperatures. Colder weather is still to come, making this a great time to prepare your car for winter. Making sure that your car is ready to withstand frigid temperatures and icy roads goes a long way towards helping you avoid traffic accidents. To help […]

Is It Safe To Go Black Friday Shopping This Year?

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More than ever this year, consumers who go black Friday shopping in brick-and-mortar stores are at risk. While in years past the biggest safety concern was personal injuries stemming from rowdy crowds, slip and fall hazards, and increased traffic, this year the biggest threat to shoppers is COVID-19.  While many retailers have taken precautions to […]

How To Safely Celebrate Thanksgiving in Nashville

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As thousands of families look forward to getting together over the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, state officials and healthcare professionals are asking them to do just the opposite.  With COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations on the rise once again, Nashville Mayor John Cooper has urged the city not to let Thanksgiving become a “superspreader” event. Tennessee is […]