Resources for Parents

The last thing any parent wants is for their child to be injured. As parents ourselves, we understand the desire to keep your children safe, which is why we have written and collected these materials. You’ll find tips to keep kids safe in and out of the car, and comprehensive information on what to do to protect your child after an auto accident. Injuries to children can be even more complicated and unpredictable than those suffered by adults, as their bodies are still in development and the effects of an injury can be long-reaching.

In addition, you can learn more about our non-profit Teens Against Distracted Driving. Started by Premier Law Group attorney Jason Epstein, TADD aims to teach high school students about the dangers of texting and driving and create lifelong safe drivers. We hope you will encourage the young people in your life to pledge to never text and drive (and of course, follow that advice yourself!)

Resources for parents

NHTSA Fights Distracted Driving Driving is by its nature a dangerous endeavor — statistically the most dangerous activity that Americans engage in every day. Driving involves constant control of a heavy machines at high speeds through traffic and other hazards. Giving your full attention to the road and other drivers is paramount to being safe and avoiding an accident.

Keeping Your Child Safe in the Car Motor vehicle accidents are the number one cause of death for children aged one to fourteen, so it makes sense that parents do whatever they can to protect their kids. In spite of this desire, conflicting information and changing views about child vehicle safety have made it difficult to know the best way to keep your child safe.

Proper Car Seat Installation Along with cribs, diapers and baby-proofing the house, car seats are another essential child care item. In fact, your child’s car seat will probably be one the first purchases for your child that you use when you bring them home from the hospital.

NHTSA Releases New Report on Distracted Driving The commute in Seattle can be long and frustrating, and as the weather gets colder the traffic will only get worse. It can be tempting to make a call, send a text, write an email or even just finish your morning routine with some mascara or a cup of coffee.

Seattle Attorney Proposes Sweeping Changes to Texting While Driving Laws If we all agree that penalties should be harsh for a DUI, wouldn’t you want them to be just as high for anything else that has similarly negative effects on a driver’s ability to react quickly and concentrate?

Are Adults More Guilty of Texting While Driving? If a cell phone distracts one enough to interfere while doing something so natural and mundane as walking, imagine how dangerous it is to be operating a car at 60 mph while on a phone.