Below is a collection of our Personal Injury Memes.
Patient Safety Awareness
Know Your Rights.
Protect Your Family and Pets
Never Leave a Fireplace or Space Heater Unattended
It’s Going To Be A Super Weekend!
Don’t Let Your Friends Drink and Drive.
Pregnant? Make Informed Decisions.
Some Medication Can Be Dangerous To
Pregnant Women And Their Babies.
Gifts Are Great
Make Sure The Toys You Give Are Safe For Play.
Check Your Tires For Winter Safety
Checking Out a Used Car?
Make Sure It Has Not Been Recalled.
Expired Medication is Dangerous
Always dispose of your old medicine properly
When You Change your clocks, Change your smoke detector batteries.
SMOKE DETECTORS SAVE LIVES. KEEP THEM WORKING PROPERLY
Accidents Can Happen Anytime. Buckle Up.
Even In The Back Seat.
Back to School
Kids May or May Not Be paying Attention.
But Drivers Should Be.
Common Items Can Be Defective
Stay Safe. Stay Informed.
Beach Safety Tip
If you can’t hear the lifeguards,
they can’t hear you.
Stay Alert in the Stands
On July 4th..
Play It Safe This Summer
Think About Bike Safety
From a Rider’s Perspective
Distracted Driving Causes Crashes
Hands On The Wheel, Eyes On The Road.
Millions of Products Get Recalled Every Year
Always Check Toys For Safety and Recalls.
Not Everyone is Safe Walking on Ice
Watch Your Step. It’s Slippery Outside.
Workplace Safety Awareness
Keep The Workplace Safe for All.
Protect Your Family and Pets
Never Leave An Electric Heater Unattended
However You Travel…
Travel Safely. Happy Holidays.
It’s getting dark earlier.
Make sure children are visible.
High School Football
Player Safety First.
Even a few minutes in a HOT Car
can lead to heatstroke
Never leave kids alone in a hot car.
Summer is Road Construction Season
Drive Patiently and Cautiously
It’s Time For Summertime Fun
Remember Water & Pool Safety
Nursing Home Neglect/Abuse Happens, But it shouldn’t.
KNOW THE SIGNS & PROTECT YOUR LOVED ONES
Truck Accident Causes?
It Depends on how you look at it. Know Your Rights.
Fans Don’t Let Fans Drink and Drive
Have A Super Safe Weekend!
Enjoy The Holiday Season
Please Don’t Drink and Drive!
This Cyber Monday Shop Carefully.
Protect Yourself & Avoid Frauds And Scams.
Eye injuries should be taken seriously.
Proper Eye Prevention Including Goggles, Safety Glasses, and Face Shields Can Reduce Injuries Up to 90%.
About 25% of all drugs approved by the FDA are later deemed unsafe for use.
Always research side effects of any new medication before use.
Pedestrians are 1.5 times more likely than vehicle passengers to be killed in a car crash.
Look both ways and proceed with caution.
Sleeping fewer than 6 hours per night makes a driver far more likely to become drowsy while driving.
Save Lives: Get off the road and rest if you are too tried to drive.
School is in session
Timmy Didn’t Wear a Helmet
Almost 700 people die each year from bicycle crash induced head injuries..
Maybe Timmy’s mom didn’t know that statistic.
Be Smart with Your Smart Phone
DON’T TEXT AND DRIVE
Live For Tomorrow
Fasten Your Seatbelt
In 29% of All Motorcycle Accidents,
the Driver had a Blood Alcohol Concentration Over the Legal Limit
Don’t Let Your Next Ride Be Another Statistic.
Don’t Drink Before You Ride
85% of Construction Site Injuries involve workers who are not earing a hard hat.
Hard Hats save lives. Don’t Be Hard Headed
Wear Your safety gear on site!
“In the U.S. alone, more than half a million reports of abuse against elderly Americans reach authorities every year, and millions more cases go unreported.”
Patients Have Rights
Have a question about your medicine?
Don’t be afraid to speak up
You may be a good driver but when you drink,
the alcohol is the one driving.
Don’t let alcohol drive
Grab CONTROL of the wheel
Distracted operators are the leading cause of accidents for personal watercrafts.
You pay Attention on the Road.
Why not pay attention on the water?
Just Left Him in the Car for 1 Minute
That May have been one Minute too Long…
A Heat Stroke Can Be Fatal
An estimated 33,000 people are hospitalized due to an acetaminophen overdose. 1,567 infants, children, and adults have died between 2001 and 2010 due to an Acetaminophen overdose.