By David A. Wolf, Attorney
Child Injury Lawyer Blog
There are times of the year in which children and others are out at a bit of a higher risk that other times of the year. In the United States, New Year’s Eve, July 4th, and other holidays / celebrations throughout the year, tend to bring out firework purchases and enthusiasts. Any time that a fireworks are ignited, even by professional, there is a risk for injury. When the fireworks are ignited by people without training including those under the influence of alcohol, people including children can suffer personal injuries in the form of eye injuries, burn injuries, and other injuries.