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Personal Injury Attorney | Be Street Savvy on Halloween

As a personal injury attorney, Clekis wants you to be safe on Halloween. These tips will help you and your family have an accident free holiday. Should something happen on Halloween, call Clekis Law to speak to a personal injury attorney about your options.

  1. Use the Crosswalk

    Since 70% of Halloween pedestrian accidents occur outside of a crosswalk or crossing intersection, you’ll avoid much of the risk by crossing only in designated places. Use your street-crossing skills by looking left, right, then back to the left before stepping into the roadway.

  2. Put Your Phone Away

    If ever there was a poor time to be out for a walk with your eyes focused on a smartphone screen, Halloween is it. Be hyper-vigilant, avoid distractions of all kinds, and be aware of your surroundings. Stay safe!

  3. Plan Your Route

    Not only can you get to more houses and better-stocked houses by planning ahead, you can avoid areas where the sidewalks are in poor condition or non-existent, you can choose well-lit areas, you can minimize street crossings, you can avoid crossing or walking near railroad tracks, and you won’t have to worry about getting disoriented, then ending up in an area that’s spooky even when it isn’t Halloween.

  4. Make Eye Contact with Drivers

    Never assume the person driving that 2-ton machine sees you and is yielding the right-of-way to you. Look squarely at the person behind the wheel. You should see them looking back at you and maybe even motioning you to go ahead and cross. Never assume a car is stopping for you. Many won’t. They expect you to stop for them.

  5. Walk, Don’t Run

    It’s easy to get carried away with all the Halloween fun and start chasing one another down the street. Many pedestrian accidents on Halloween occur because a child darted out into the road from between parked cars. Even if your friends start acting wild, you don’t have to go along with them. Smart kids stay vigilant and get home safely.

  6. When Running IS Appropriate

    Should a driver stop and ask you to get in the car or someone on the street try to get you to go somewhere with them, that’s the time to run. Use the “No, Go, Yell, Tell” technique: Yell “NO!” and run away to a safe place (maybe to the friendly house you just left). Keep yelling as you run, and tell an adult immediately.

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As accident attorney professionals we strive to educate our clients on risks. Halloween is a fun and eventful holiday where you can choose who (or what) you want to be for a day! Our accident attorney in Charleston is ready to assist you should an accident happen during your Halloween festivities. Clekis Cares. Call to schedule your free consultation with an accident attorney today. Clekis Law Firm wishes you a happy and safe Halloween!