Posted on behalf of Phillips Law Group on Nov 18, 2019 in Personal Injury
Turkey is the essential item on every family’s Thanksgiving menu. Unfortunately, cooking a turkey can lead to various injuries that could quickly end any Thanksgiving celebration.
If you are planning to cook the turkey the traditional way, lifting it into and out of the oven can lead to a back injury if you are not careful. On the other hand, frying a turkey often leads to fires and severe burn injuries, along with property damage and sometimes even death.
Below, learn more about some practical strategies for reducing your risk of injury, no matter how you are planning on cooking the turkey this year.
Frying turkeys on Thanksgiving has become quite common. Unfortunately, people often decide to do this before they really know what they are getting into and how dangerous it can be if they do not take precautions.
Some of these precautions may include:
Cooking a 15-20-pound turkey is not something most people do that often throughout the year. However, whether people are used to lifting something this heavy or not, they may bend their back abnormally when getting the bird into and out of the oven.
Here are some tips on the lifting a turkey to help prevent back injuries, whether you are washing, stuffing, or putting the turkey into or taking it out of the oven:
If an injury does occur this Thanksgiving, make sure to seek immediate medical attention. Waiting for treatment could allow an injury to become much worse and lengthen the healing process. Shoudl you need some legal advice after the incident, we welcome you to contact a Tempe injury lawyer from our legal team today for a free consultation.
Phillips Law Group hopes you have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving and avoid any injuries while cooking your Thanksgiving feast.
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