Summer has come to Vegas, and that means it’s time to head off to the water park. Any fun event can be a little risky, and as a good parent, it’s important to keep our kids (and ourselves) safe.
Tip #1: Be Your Child’s Own Lifeguard
Lifeguards are professionals trained to watch for signs of swimmer distress, but parents know their children’s strengths and weaknesses best. Visitors to a water park need to follow the lifeguard’s instructions and also watch their own child.
Tip #2: Dress For Success
Especially in Vegas, a hat, sunglasses, and comfortable t-shirt can go a long way toward preventing an uncomfortable sunburn — and of course, waterproof sunscreen needs to be frequently applied.
Tip #3: Wear a Vest
Little children and beginning swimmers should wear a swim vest until they are fully capable in the water without one.
Tip #4: Follow the Rules
Rules like “No running” are good common sense rules and are designed to keep you and others safely enjoying the day.
Tip #5: Stay Hydrated
Even at a water park, it’s easy to forget to stay hydrated on the inside as well as the outside.
If You (or Someone You Love) Gets Injured
Despite one’s best precautions, injury can happen. If someone else caused an injury to you or someone you love through negligence, accident, or worse, deliberate choice, it’s important to decide what to do next. Hiring a Las Vegas personal injury attorney may be crucial to proving legal fault because important evidence for your case needs to be gathered as quickly as possible.
A NV personal injury lawyer can deal with complexities such as accident reconstruction and witness interviews. Moreover, a personal injury lawyer knows the tactics that insurance companies use to undervalue the true impact of a person’s injuries. Albright Stoddard Warnick & Albright are NV personal injury lawyers with a hands-on approach and commitment to helping their clients. Have a great time at the water park, but in case of an injury, call Albright Stoddard Warnick & Albright for help.