happy halloween

On the spookiest night of the year, Brooks Law Group wants to be sure that you and your family are safe.

Did You Know? The Chances Of Being Hit By A Car Double On Halloween?

In an effort to keep you and your family safe, we have compiled some steps to ensure a safe and Happy Halloween for all!

  1. Plan a Route in Advance:
    Make sure you are familiar with your route and we recommend one that is in a well-lit area. Remember to only visit houses with exterior lights on.
  2. Avoid masks, if possible:
    Masks are not generally made as ‘one size fits all’ which can make it hard to see, breathe, or sometimes both. If you can get away with using Halloween makeup to finish off your costume, it is recommended.
  3. Make sure costume is not at risk for potential hazards:
    Make sure that costumes are a safe length to walk in. When costumes are worn at an excessive length, there is a risk of tripping and possibly injuring yourself. Also, wear shoes that fit and are comfortable.
  4. Make yourself visible to others:
    It is very important that you are visible to other people and potential auto drivers. Some ideas are carrying flashlights, wearing glow-in-the-dark necklaces or bracelets, or adding reflective tape to the costumes.
  5. Check your child’s candy:
    Be sure to throw away any candy that looks like it has been tampered with, opened, or is not in its original package.

We wish you a very Happy Halloween. Please stay safe, and most of all, Have Fun!

Steve was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. As was the practice for new doctors his father worked day and night during his medical residency at Charity Hospital there. Steve comes from a long line of doctors. His father, his grandfather, his great grandfather, even two uncles were all specialists and/or surgeons in their chosen medical specialties, including internal medicine specialist, obstetrics / gynecology, neurosurgery and general practice / surgery. His great-great grandfather was the Surgeon General of Ohio during the Civil War.