This is going to be an incredible year for Americans attending world-class sporting events, including the Super Bowl, the Olympic Games in Sochi, and the World Cup in Brazil. However, the recent bombings in Volgograd, Russia, and the resulting warnings from the U.S. State Department make it clear that people who attend these events must be vigilant for their safety. AccidentAttorneys.org has compiled a brief 2014 Crowd Safety Guide that not only outlines steps that people can take to assure their safety, but also includes additional resources that are appropriate for their specific destinations. The guide includes:
- A Crowd Safety Checklist
- Safety tips specific to the Super Bowl, Sochi and The World Cup
- Transportation suggestions for the events
- Medical advice for staying safe in crowds, especially abroad
- Tips for keeping children safe in crowds
- Links to online resources, including U.S. State Department threat levels and even contact information for U.S. embassies in Russia and Brazil
With so many exciting events happening worldwide in 2014, it’s easy to get caught up in the moment. To help keep you and your loved ones safe AccidentAttorneys.org has created this easy to read 2014 Crowd Safety Guide.
How To Stay Safe In A Crowd
Large crowds, by nature, can suddenly turn dangerous. Accidents can easily occur, groups can get separated, and crowds can become violent when they get wrapped up in the excitement of the event. Additionally, there is always the risk of medical emergencies, getting lost, vicious weather patterns and sadly, intentional criminal and terrorist attacks. But no one wants to say, “I decided not to attend the Super Bowl because I worried that something bad might happen.” Instead, attendees should plan ahead for their safety. This guide will help people prepare wisely, enabling them to enjoy these once-in-a-lifetime events all the more. AccidentAttorneys.org is a nationwide network of highly credentialed accident and injury attorneys with three missions:
- Help injured people find exceptional lawyers in their area;
- Inform the public about personal safety issues; and
- Support worthy charities involving those who have suffered life-altering injury in the communities we serve.