Safety Alerts

Enjoy the Holidays with Your Family— Not at the Hospital

The holiday season is a time for family and friends in Kentucky to gather and to enjoy one another’s company. Yet many activities that occur throughout the holiday season can  pose risks of personal injury to you, your children, and […]

Top Ten Dangerous Toys for 2016

When looking for the “latest and greatest” toy for the younger members on your holiday gift list, remember to keep safety in mind as well. Each holiday season, World Against Toys Causing Harm, Inc. (W.A.T.C.H.), releases its list of Top […]

National Teen Driver Safety Week: “5 To Drive” Safety Rules to Follow

October 16 through 22 marks National Teen Driver Safety Week. The Becker Law Office supports this awareness campaign promoting safe driving for teens. “I remember the freedom and enthusiasm at getting my driver’s license. Now it’s a cause of great […]

FAA Issues Strong Warning Against Using Samsung Galaxy Note 7 cellphones on airplanes

The FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) issued a strong warning Thursday evening, September 8, 2016, advising airline passengers “not to turn on or charge [Samsung Galaxy Note 7 cellphones] on board aircraft and not to stow them in any checked baggage” […]

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Forget 911: Report Your Emergency To Facebook

When you have an emergency, every second counts when it comes to getting help. A newly developed Facebook Messenger-based chat robot claims to make it easier and faster for users to report accidents and injuries and get emergency assistance.  But […]

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