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Can you help your teen plan a responsible party?

When your teenager approaches you with an enthusiastic request to plan a party for his or her friends at your home in Connecticut, your initial response may be a resounding, "No." However, after hearing all of your child's negotiation tactics, you are considering whether or not you can help pull off a party that is both fun and safe. Because so much of the responsibility of protecting your child and his or her guests falls on your shoulders, it is helpful to be equipped with ideas of how you can facilitate a good time without allowing dangerous behavior to compromise everyone's safety.

When to discuss alcohol with children

Many Connecticut parents may think they do not need to discuss alcohol with their kids until the children are ready to enter high school. However, underage drinking is not something parents should take lightly, and it is a good idea for them to talk about alcohol early on so their kids fully understand the potential dangers.

Motorcycles: The attraction and the risk

There is something about motorcycles that can really draw you in. They seem to represent more than just transportation. They go beyond getting from Point A to Point B. When you ride, it's not just because you wanted an economical way to get somewhere that didn't burn as much gas as a pickup truck. Sure, there are benefits to using motorcycles, but the real attraction goes deeper than that.

Concussions from the swimming pool

As the weather gets nicer, you may plan to host pool parties at your Connecticut home. It is important to remember, though, that people can easily get injuries such as concussions around swimming pools. We at Loughlin Fitzgerald, P.C., are committed to helping you understand what you should do in this situation.

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