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Attorney, Teen and Child Safety Advocate

Spencer Eisenmenger is a personal injury attorney in Kansas City, MO. Mr. Eisenmenger has extensive experience handling a wide range of injury and accident cases, including child and teenager accident and injury cases.  Spencer Eisenmenger is very passionate about contributing and participating in teen and child safety advocacy organizations and groups across the state of Missouri and entire U.S. Contact Spencer Eisenmenger for a free legal consultation. 

Driving under the influence (DUI) and driving while intoxicated are crimes that kill. Drivers under the influence of alcohol and drugs put everyone else on the roadway at risk. Unfortunately, we can’t control what the drivers around us do before they get behind the wheel. We can, however, arm ourselves and our families against DUI drivers using defensive driving techniques to help protect ourselves and ourfamilies against auto collisions caused by drunk drivers. Detect Drunk Drivers
Leaving Your Child Home Alone: Safety Tips
Only the parents of a kid can appropriately judge whether or not they have a high enough maturity and comfort level needed to stay safely home alone.       Today, it’s more common then ever for both parents of a kid to work or for the kid to live with just one parent. This has lead to an increase in the number of children who are spending time at home alone.
During the upcoming winter months’ inclement weather and road hazards will be the cause of a large number of auto accidents all across the United States. For our teen drivers behind the wheel, the winter months are even more dangerous for driving then for most. Teen driver’s lack of experience behind the wheel makes them more likely to not be able to successfully navigate through dangerous weather conditions and more road hazards then usual.
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The American Automobile Association Foundation for Traffic Safety reports that drowsy driving is the cause of 1 in every 6 fatal motor vehicle accident. This problem is especially deadly for our teenager population, because in general our teens are not only more sleep deprived then the average driver, but also much more inexperienced drivers. High schools all across the U.S. have early start times for their students.
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