Be Safe, Not Spooked: A FREE Halloween Safety Guide
By Zachary Mushkatel on October 13, 2015
Pumpkin carving, wearing costumes, going to parties, trick-or-treating and – most of all – eating candy: It’s no wonder that Halloween is one of the most popular holidays of the year for children.
However, it can also be a scary time for adults. In a Safe Kids Worldwide poll, 77 percent of parents expressed safety concerns about the holiday.
We don’t want you to be spooked this holiday. We want you and your child to be safe instead. Download our FREE pamphlet to gain helpful tips on the following topics to help you enjoy a happy Halloween:
Choosing a Costume
- Are you buying or making a costume?
Decorating the Home
- Are you carving pumpkins, putting out jack-o-lanterns, hanging lights?
Throwing a Party
- Are you inviting young children and/or adults? Do you have pets in your home?
- Are you giving out treats? Are you driving or walking around while you trick or treat?
Enjoying Your Treats
- Before you dive into your Halloween bag, make sure you check out our tips!
Inside our free download you will find tips for the following questions and much more!
Zachary Mushkatel is an Arizona native who earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Arizona in 2001 and his law degree from the University of Minnesota Law School in 2004. After serving as a public defender, he entered into private practice and, ultimately, joined forces with Mathis Becker to form the law firm known today as Mushkatel, Robbins & Becker, PLLC. In addition to criminal law, Mushkatel practices civil litigation, with a focus on estate litigation and personal injury cases. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the Surprise Regional Chamber of Commerce and Sun Valley Lodge, and he is an executive officer and member of the Board of Directors for the West Maricopa County Bar Association.