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School returns, and so does the possibility of bus accidents

After a quick summer, Baltimore children are heading back to school for another year of fun and learning. Many will be taking the bus to get to school, which can bring its own experiences each morning. It can also result in bus accident injuries for children when things go wrong.

Dealing with the aftermath of a fireworks injury to a child

Many Baltimore residents recently celebrated another fun and eventful Fourth of July holiday. For others, however, the event may not have been as fortunate, as reports of fireworks injuries have been made from across the state and the country.

Baltimore parents: watch out for your child's dangerous toys

January is a great time of the year for many Baltimore children, as many are still celebrating the arrival of new toys they received during the holiday season. While these new toys bring joy to many, they can also bring certain dangers and result in child injury if the toys do not function properly.

Giving a voice to children after a tragic injury

The future of Baltimore lies in the hearts and minds of the city's children. Despite the love and care given by most parents, however, children remain among the most vulnerable to the negligence or intentional misconduct of other adults. When incidents happen, it can leave scars, both physical and emotional, that last a lifetime for the child.

Getting the help an injured child needs

Baltimore parents understand that their children need a great deal of love and care in order to thrive. While it is certainly not an easy task to be a parent, the challenge can become much more difficult, and the child's needs much more serious, when children are injured in tragic incidents.

Realizing the risks of child injury by negligent drivers

With school back in session for Baltimore children, the morning and afternoon commutes have become much more hectic for many area drivers. The roads are now full of school buses, parents bringing their children to school and children walking to school, which can not only add traffic to area roads, but cause safety concerns if drivers are not cautious.

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There is nothing more important to Baltimore children than growing up in a loving and caring home. Children need love and support from responsible adults in order to grow and thrive. Unfortunately, this does not always happen, as many children are injured each year at the hands of those who are supposed to be looking out for their best interests.

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