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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

    Personal Injury Solicitors in St james

    If you babysit or care for children, one of the things that you have to do is make sure that they are staying safe while in your care. One of the most tragic ways that a child can be injured is through a burn. Below are some tips that you can use to make sure that your child or children that you are taking care of stay safe and that everyone stays injury free.

    Saucepans can burn children and lead to an injury lawyer St James being needed

    One of the most common reasons that children get burned in the kitchen is because someone left the saucepan on the stove and a child touched it or knocked it over. One of the best ways to prevent this kind of accident from happening is to turn the handles of pans in rather than out. This will help keep the pans from being knocked over by children.

    Cords to kettles can lead to a burn in children and an injury lawyer St James being needed

    These are another temptation for children. If a child pulls on the cord, it can tip over the kettle and it can cause the child to be burned. One of the best ways to prevent this is through keeping the cords out of the child’s way or use a short cord. That way it’s easier to keep the cords away from little hands.

    Hot drinks can burn children and lead to an injury lawyer St James being needed


    A hot drink can cause a nasty burn to a child, so it is important that you keep the hot drinks away from where children can reach them. Even cups of tea are able to burn a child. So make sure that any children or little ones are away from where the hot cups are and never pass hot drinks over a child’s head. Also, don’t try and carry a baby and a hot cup of coffee or tea at the same time.

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    Hot plates and hobs can burn children and lead to an injury lawyer St James being needed

    Hobs are especially dangerous because they can remain hot even after being turned off. Doors to ovens often will remain very hot when the oven is on. That’s why it’s a good idea to keep children out of the kitchen while you’re cooking or put them in a chair away from danger. Otherwise you may find that your child is being burned and that you are taking a trip to the hospital.

    If you have a child who was injured because of their caregivers negligence, one of the things that you should do is to get them a solicitor to help them get compensated. We can help you with finding the right solicitor to help your child. Give us a call any time and we will be glad to do what we can to help you.

    Date Published: 9th November 2013

    Author: David Brown

    Category: Location Posts

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