There are so many different personal injury situations that emerge in the country with each new season. For your safety and that of your loved ones, It’s important to learn about the top personal injury accidents and how to avoid them for each season. If you are involved in a slip and fall or other type of accident this spring, it is critical that you seek the advice of an experienced personal injury attorney in order to obtain the compensation you deserve. They can guide you through the claims process or represent you in a lawsuit so that your recovery goes as smoothly as possible.

Personal injury accidents can arise from a variety of circumstances, the most common of which occur during the spring season. This article briefly outlines the top five personal injury accidents in spring including vehicle accidents, dog bites, slips and falls, playground injuries, and construction accidents.

Vehicle Accidents

Vehicle accidents are more common in the spring. Spring break, in particular, can be a difficult time for vehicle accidents near beaches or tourist areas across all states. When you are involved in a car accident, your personal injury attorney can assist you in obtaining the settlement or claim you require from your insurance provider in order to fully recover from the experience.

Cases of Dog Bites

Not only do humans spend more time outside during the spring season, but so do our four-legged friends. Unfortunately, not all dogs are trained, friendly or social. This can result in dog bite incidents as many pet owners walk their dogs in parks or on neighborhood streets. When an owner loses control over his or her dog and if the furry friend bites another person or pet, the owner may be held liable for any damages sustained as a result of the incident.

Slips and Falls in the Pool

Spring is a great time to take a plunge at public or private pools. Pool areas are notoriously slippery, making them prime locations for slip and fall accidents. Slip and fall accidents can be avoided by keeping pool areas dry and safe, installing proper signage alerting users of slippery areas, and restricting running around a pool.

Playground Injuries

Apart from swimming, visiting beaches, or playing in pools, you may also be spending time with children at local playgrounds. When playground safety is neglected or playground structures are faulty during the off-season, playgrounds can be a hotspot for injuries. If a playground injury occurs, parents must first determine whether the accident was caused by equipment or hidden risks before filing a personal injury claim.

Construction Mishaps

After a long winter, spring is often the time when construction projects resume for the year. The sites can be slippery, muddy, and live wires may pose serious threats. In some places, spring means steady rain and high winds. Construction sites can be dangerous places, and business owners must remember to keep working conditions as safe as possible for their employees. In the event of a mishap at your site, you can entrust your case with a construction accident lawyer specialized in construction accident litigation.

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