Spring is almost here. The days are getting longer and the weather is getting warmer. After a frosty winter, you’re probably ready for some outdoor fun. But you need to be careful because the increased activity can lead to increased risk. We have some tips for avoiding springtime injuries.
Not all sports injuries are preventable, but there are precautions you can take for the ones that are. These are the four most common sports injuries that can occur if you’re not careful, according to UnityPoint Health:
If you want to do your best to stay injury-free, you should take precautions before you lace up your sneakers or cleats. Here are some good rules to live by:
While spring is the season for sports, you don’t need to be a professional athlete to suffer a fall. Some simple household tasks can lead to injury as well!
Always remember to start slow and properly prepare for all of your spring activities, no matter how leisurely they may seem.
It’s not just people who will be enjoying the warm spring weather, our four-legged friends will be out taking walks as well.Unfortunately, dog bites are not an uncommon problem; approximately 750,000 people receive medical attention for dog bites every year. Whether you’re a victim or a dog owner, a bite can be a very traumatic experience.In Massachusetts, a dog owner is liable for damages as long as the injured person wasn’t trespassing or provoking the dog.
Accidents can still happen even if you take the proper precautions in all of these situations. If you’ve been injured as a result of another person’s negligence, you need to understand your legal options.KC Law can help to explain your rights and evaluate your personal injury claim. Just contact us for our expert guidance.
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