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Halloween is a fun time for children and families to dress up, enjoy gatherings, and eat plenty of treats. It is also a time when everyone needs to take extra care for pedestrians during trick-or-treating to avoid injury, or even worse, death. Be aware of your surroundings at all times whether you’re a driver or a pedestrian to avoid causing a fun time to turn into a tragedy in a split second.
Here are some safety tips to keep in mind for trick-or-treating:
Trick-or-treating times for the area can be found at this link.
Remember to be safe and responsible over the weekend. Trick-or-treating, haunted houses, hay rides, and pumpkin carving can make autumn a lot of fun for everyone, but make sure injuries and accidents don’t happen. If you’ve been injured, contact one of our attorneys to get the help you need.