Read & Play Project Promotes Summertime Safety

Last week, our firm had the honor of traveling to a local elementary school for our 9th annual Read & Play Project, where we donated books and balls to third graders after sharing some of our favorite summer safety tips! Attorneys Matthew Noyes, Jacqlyn Bryant, Lorrie Robinson, and Dane Heptner had a great time at the event, and were excited about doing their part to help local students stay active, educated, and safe over the summer break.

During our Read and Play Project, we focus on summertime safety because summer, as fun as it is, is one of the most dangerous periods of the year. Accident rates tend to rise, leading to injuries that can put a real damper on the summer fun.

We want everyone to have a safe summer! To help you get ready for your next boating trip, dip in the pool, or outdoor adventure, check out these past blogs for some summer safety resources:

Pool Safety for Kids

Summer Camp

Heat Related Illness

Summer Storms

Cookout Safety

Watercrafts

Boating Safety

Sports and TBIs

 

Do you have a favorite summer safety tip? Let us know on Facebook or by commenting on this blog post!

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The attorneys at Perenich, Caulfield, Avril & Noyes represent those involved in car accidents, motorcycle accidents, bicycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, and other types of personal injury matters. Our firm is one of the oldest personal injury law firms in Tampa Bay. There are no attorneys’ fees or costs unless we prevail for you. Call our office 24 hours a day at 727-796-8282 or simply click here to schedule a free case consultation.

 

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