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Make All Of Your Parties Safe Events

Whether you are planning a party in your home or a corporate event, there are a lot of safety measures you must take before you get the party started. The last thing you want is for any of your guests to have to see a personal injury lawyer as a result of anything that happened at your party. That is why you need to put together a checklist of things that you do to make your parties safe for everyone.

Collect Keys

Anyone who is honest with themselves will know that alcohol will be part of their next event. Many companies have stopped offering a free bar at their events, but even a cash bar offers people the chance to get their drinks and become too intoxicated to drive. Any good car accident lawyer will recommend that you collect car keys before the event begins and be prepared to call a cab for the people who are unable to drive themselves home. You can even invest in a sobriety test for your party that will let your guests know if they are over or under the legal limit. Don’t let your friends and guests take unnecessary chances. Make collecting keys a necessary part of your next party.

Call A Cab For Walkers

Some intoxicated people feel that they can save money on a cab by walking home from a party. A good rule of thumb is that if someone is too drunk to drive, then they are too drunk to walk home as well. If you cannot round up a group of people to help the intoxicated guests find their way home, then call a cab for every person, regardless as to whether they think they can walk or not.

Use Proper Lighting

It is common for party hosts to use special lighting to enhance the look and feel of their party. But always keep safety in mind and have plenty of light in the important places such as walkways, entrances and stairways. Toronto slip and fall lawyers hear plenty of stories about people at house parties who fell down a flight of stairs or tripped because of inadequate lighting. Make sure that the important areas are lit and that everyone is able to see where they are going.

Have Help On Hand

A party can get out of hand and your guests can get out of control once in a while. For everyone’s safety, it is a good idea to have some extra help on hand to break up fights and prevent people from getting injured. If you allow your guests to police the party, then you will wind up with chaos. The best approach is to find friends that have some kind of security experience and just have them on hand to help out. If you plan on having a sizeable party, then it may be a good idea to hire a security team that has the proper experience and insurance to help your guests to be safe.


For assistance with a personal injury and/or insurance claim, please email David Himelfarb at or call 1-855-446-7765, for a free case evaluation.

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