It’s October, which means kids everywhere are getting excited about dressing up and getting candy on Halloween. They’re thinking about what kind of costume they want and what kind of sweet treats they’ll pick up, but they’re probably not thinking about the potential dangers of Halloween night. As a responsible parent, that’s your job.

Halloween can be a fun holiday for kids and parents alike, and create wonderful memories for the future. There are some basic safety tips that you should follow in order to make sure your night isn’t ruined by tragedy, though. Car accidents in particular see a dramatic rise on Halloween night.

We've put together the infographic below to help you and your children stay safe this Halloween. If the unthinkable happens and you or your child is injured while out trick or treating, please call Karl Truman at 502-222-2222 for your complimentary consultation. We serve clients in Louisville, Kentucky and Jeffersonville, Indiana. 

Halloween safety tips for trick or treating, from personal injury lawyer Karl Truman