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Ouch! Playground Injury!
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One terrifying and tragic playground injury that’s more common than many parents realize is strangulation. Cords and pulls from hooded shirts or jackets, hoods themselves and other loose clothing can become tangled around bars and ropes on climbing structures, presenting a very real strangulation risk if a child should fall from that structure. The Surprising Reason More Kids Are Getting Hurt at the Playground Palsson established causation between smartphones and child injuries by tracking two sets of data: the 10 percent increase of.
All Emergency Department-Treated, Playground-Related Injuries While all children who use playgrounds are at risk for injury, boys sustain ED-treated injuries (55%) slightly more often than girls (45%). 3 Children ages 5 to 9 have higher rates of ED visits for playground injuries than any other age group. Most of these injuries occur at school.
Playground equipment causes roughly 200,000 injuries per year in the United States, and about 15 fatalities. Slides and swing seats are built to turn children into projectiles. Blacktop is unforgiving; crowded jungle gyms are essentially ruled by the laws of the jungle. Although minor bumps, bruises, and cuts frequently occur on playgrounds, many playground injuries are more severe.
Broken bones, sprains and strains, internal organ injuries, dislocations and concussions are the most common playground-related injuries that require a doctor’s care. Among these, 148,000 injuries occur on a public playground and 51,000 occur at home. Severe injuries, including fractures, internal injuries concussions, dislocations and amputations, account for nearly half (45 percent) of playground injuries.
Falls cause the greatest number of injuries. 2. Head Injuries. An injury that can be easily overlooked involves the head. Children play on both plastic and metal materials at the playground. They might strike their heads on accident as they run and jump around.
Many children simply keep on running to continue their fun. However, concussions may evolve shortly after the injury. On average, 17 children die each year playing on playgrounds.unsafe play Many deaths and injuries could be prevented if playgrounds from equipment to surfacing to layout were designed with safety in mind. But unsafe designs and injuries subject the school to playground liability. When a student is hurt on a school playground, first and foremost, school staff should.
No one ever said play is free of injury. Playing can get a little painful from time to time. According to a U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) report, over 200,000 children are treated annually for playground equipment-related injuries. And the number one body part that gets injured in these incidents are the arms.
Ensuring that the school playground is a safe place to. But failure to follow the rules can result in loss of your right to get compensation for injuries and other damages. Bottom line: If you’re considering bringing an injury case involving an incident at a public school, it’s probably a good idea to discuss your situation (and your options) with an experienced personal injury lawyer.
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