October 21, 2020         
Assisted Living Community Says "Thank You" To First Responders   •   Delta For Women in Action (D4 Women in Action) Announces Full Slate of Endorsed Candidates for the 2020 Election   •   Oral-B Announces a New Initiative and $1 Million Commitment to Help Make Better Oral Health Outcomes Possible for All   •   Fortnite’s Afterlife Party Featuring J Balvin Announced   •   Children's National Hospital Announces $5 Million Commitment From Boeing In Support Of New Research & Innovation Campus   •   Cicero Diagnostics Announces its Scientific Advisor, Dr. Bruce Lessey, Will Be Featured at The Endometriosis Summit Event During   •   Seniors Can Navigate Medicare Options From Home: Free Online Webinars Offered By Central Ohio Primary Care Physicians   •   The Maxwell Football Club Partners with the Ertz Family Foundation and The Athletes' Corner to Host Free Combine for Philadelphi   •   Bacardi First in Fight Against Plastic Pollution With 100% Biodegradable Spirits Bottle   •   Anthem Blue Cross Expands In-Language Services and Opens Two Neighborhood Stores in Los Angeles   •   Commander John Scott Hannon Act Signed into Law   •   MEDIA ALERT - Black Tech Founders and Leaders Share What’s Ahead for the Innovation Economy at The Plug’s Q4 Summit   •   Coalition of South Asian Film Festivals Closes 15-Day Virtual Event with Jury Awards and 45K+ Views   •   The Container Store to Launch Exclusive Product Line With Marie Kondo   •   Nickelodeon Lets Kids' Voices Be Heard This Election Season With Return of Bellwether “Kids' Vote” Poll and Brand-Ne   •   Pentair Introduces Connected Salt Level Sensor for Water Softeners   •   Ohana Biosciences Presents New Data in Mouse ICSI Study Demonstrating That Ohana Sperm Cell Treatment Improves Embryo Developmen   •   Wiley X® Continues to Expand Donations of PPE to American Red Cross to Further Fight Against COVID-19   •   Social Worker Code of Conduct Change is Discriminatory Against Texans with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities   •   Teens Filing Their Teeth for Cosmetic Purposes is an Alarming Trend that Can Have Harmful Long-term Consequences, says Dr. Bosta
Bookmark and Share

Trick or Treating Will Be Allowed in Pennsylvania this Halloween, The Pearce Law Firm, Personal Injury and Accident Lawyers P.C.

Trick or Treating Will Be Allowed in Pennsylvania this Halloween, The Pearce Law Firm, Personal Injury and Accident Lawyers P.C. Outlines Some Key Safety Tips

Understand the laws as trick-or-treating will still take place in Pennsylvania this year.

PR Newswire

PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 28, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- With COVID-19 being among us this Halloween season, there has been much debate over whether or not to allow Halloween trick-or-treating in Pennsylvania this year.

As of right now, the state of Pennsylvania is allowing it, and families will be able to enjoy some Halloween fun.

The CDC recommends avoiding high-risk activities such as participating in traditional trick-or-treating where treats are handed out door to door. Communities might consider moderate risk activities such as one-way trick-or-treating where individually wrapped goodie bags are lined up for families to grab and go while maintaining social distancing.

The Pearce Law Firm wants everyone to have a safe and fun Halloween in Philadelphia and throughout the entire state of Pennsylvania, especially this year. They've put together some important tips for trick-or-treating during COVID-19, such as making sure the kids use hand sanitizer frequently while going door-to-door and wearing masks that cover the mouth and nose.

Safety is at the forefront of everyone's minds, and attorney Edith Pearce wants people to understand Pennsylvania's trick or treat laws to keep your little ones safe, but also know how to protect your property from possible liability issues. Scares, trick-or-treating, and pranks are keys to Halloween fun, but when people get startled, they might get injured or injure somebody else. That's especially true for children and teens.

To learn more about keeping your kids and your home safe this Halloween, take a look at the Pearce Law Firm's Halloween 2020: Trick or Treat Laws in Pennsylvania.

About The Pearce Law Firm, Personal Injury and Accident Lawyers P.C.

The Pearce Law Firm, Personal Injury and Accident Lawyers P.C. is a comprehensive personal injury law firm in Philadelphia and Cherry Hill. Edith A. Pearce, a nationally recognized personal injury lawyer, is the founder and owner of the firm. The firm is dedicated to representing those who have been severely injured in personal injury accidents such as car or truck accidents, construction accidents, work injuries, slip and fall accidents, bike accidents, and dog bites. The firm also represents victims of sexual harassment and discrimination. If you or a loved one are looking for committed and aggressive legal representation, The Pearce Law Firm, Personal Injury and Accident Lawyers P.C. will give your case the personal attention it needs to succeed.

The Pearce Law Firm, Personal Injury and Accident Lawyers P.C.

1429 Walnut Street, 14th Floor

Philadelphia, PA 19102

(215) 488-7287

 

SOURCE The Pearce Law Firm, Personal Injury and Accident Lawyers P.C.



Back to top
| Back to home page
Video

White House Live Stream
LIVE VIDEO EVERY SATURDAY
alsharpton Rev. Al Sharpton
9 to 11 am EST
jjackson Rev. Jesse Jackson
10 to noon CST


Video

LIVE BROADCASTS
Sounds Make the News ®
WAOK-Urban
Atlanta - WAOK-Urban
KPFA-Progressive
Berkley / San Francisco - KPFA-Progressive
WVON-Urban
Chicago - WVON-Urban
KJLH - Urban
Los Angeles - KJLH - Urban
WKDM-Mandarin Chinese
New York - WKDM-Mandarin Chinese
WADO-Spanish
New York - WADO-Spanish
WBAI - Progressive
New York - WBAI - Progressive
WOL-Urban
Washington - WOL-Urban

Listen to United Natiosns News