It’s no surprise that along with the ice, rain, and snow comes an increase in injuries. Some of the most common winter injuries occur from slip and fall incidents on icy and wet surfaces and from participation in winter sports.
SLIP AND FALL INCIDENTS
One of the most challenging things about ice is that oftentimes, you can’t see it. Sometimes it may look like a pool of water, and at other times, it may just be too dark to spot – especially with the shorter winter days. To help reduce your risk of injury from a slip and fall incident, consider the following suggestions:
While winter sports such as sledding, skiing, ice-skating, etc. are a great way to enjoy the cold weather, they can also be very dangerous. Whatever the activity, it is important that you take appropriate steps to decrease the chance of injury. Here are some tips to consider to help keep you safe:
If you or someone you know has been injured, contact us at Regan Zambri Long PLLC today for a no-cost consultation.Tagged WinterSafety