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08/20/21   |   By

How to Be Safe On Your Commute to School

As students return to school, it is important to be reminded of the many dangers we all face in our daily commutes. Listed below are important safety tips, especially for […]

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09/05/19   |   By

Surprising Back to School Dangers — And What to Do About Them

Back to school season should be a time of excitement, but many parents suffer significant stress as their kids move on to another year in the classroom. Much of this […]

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08/17/18   |   By

Hidden “Back to School” Perils — And What to Do About Them

Back to school season has arrived, and with it, all kinds of excitement and anxiety. While you hope that your children will be safe and happy at school, you’re probably […]

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09/20/16   |   By

Back to School Sports Safety Tips

Regan Zambri Long PLLC injury blog – Back to School Sports Safety Tips. Contact a Washington DC Injury Attorney today!

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08/30/16   |   By

6 Back to School Safety Guidelines That Don’t Get Discussed Nearly Enough

Our Washington, DC injury lawyer shares a list of back to school safety tips to reduce your child’s risk of injury.

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08/09/07   |   By

Back-to-School: School Bus Safety Tips for Kids and Drivers | DC Metro Area Personal Injury Law Blog

U.S. children made approximately 51,000 emergency room visits between 2001 and 2003 for injuries resulting from school bus-related accidents, according to

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