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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Injury Lawyer in St James Park


    If you take care of little children, one of the things that you need to be careful of is the possibility of them being burned. There are some obvious and not so obvious ways that children get burned. Below are a few of the ways that children often are burned and what can be done to prevent this tragedy.

    Microwaves can burn a baby’s mouth and make a child’s parents call an injury lawyer St James Park

    A lot of people make the mistake of heating babies bottles in the microwave, thinking that it will be faster and easier than the evening it on the stovetop. Unfortunately, what they often don’t think about is that a microwave is going to heat something unevenly. This means that there can be sections of the formula our milk that can be very hot even if you test it. This can scald the baby’s mouth. It’s a better idea to use hot water or warmer to heat up a bottle and always make sure that the bottle is shaken well after it’s been warmed.

    Chip pans can cause a fire and make a child’s parents call an injury lawyer St James Park

    These are among the most common reasons for fires. If you would rather not switch over to using oven chips, or you don’t want to use a deep fat fryer that uses electric, your pan should only be a third of the way full and you should make sure that you’re keeping your eye on it. Otherwise an accidental fire can start quick and without warning.

    Cigarette lighters, matches, and candles can burn little children and make a child’s parents call an injury lawyer St James Park

    It should be no surprise that these are on the list of the dangerous things to have around children. Toddlers and the younger children can often find them fascinating. Therefore, you shouldn’t keep them where little hands can reach them. If at all possible, don’t even use one where a child can see you. One of the best ways to avoid a child from being burned because they got hold of one of these items is to keep them locked away where they can’t be reached and accessed. Although some of the lighters may say they are childproof, a lot of children who are three or four years old often are able to use them without a problem. Of course, there are always older children who are able to use them without an issue.

    If you have put your child in someone else’s care and your child was injured while they were taking care of them, one of the things you should do is to get the child compensation for their injuries. The first thing that you should do is to find a solicitor to help you get the compensation for your child. Give us a call and let us help you with finding the right person to help your claim. You have a better chance of getting money for your child and helping to get on with your life.

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    Date Published: 9th November 2013

    Author: David Brown

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