Project KidSafe

Breakstone, White & Gluck launched Project KidSafe in 2013 with a simple goal: to keep children and families safe. Our attorneys offer this page as a resource for families and invite you to visit often for safety tips. You can also follow our work on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
or LinkedIn.

Focus Areas

Wearing a bike helmet is the most effective way for cyclists to prevent a head injury. It is also the law for children in Massachusetts and our goal is to put bike helmets on children who need one. We have represented hundreds of cyclists who have been injured by drivers. We have seen first-hand that helmets provide necessary protection and reduce the risk of head injuries.

Since 2013, our attorneys have donated 33,000 new bike helmets to children, partnering with over 50 bicycle committees, schools, and community organizations. Our partners include the Massachusetts Safe Routes to School Program, Boston Bikes, CYCLE Kids, and Bikes Not Bombs. We also proudly partner with a number of police departments, including:

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  • Boston Police Department
  • Cambridge Police Department
  • Quincy Police Department
  • Brockton Police Department
  • Braintree Police Department
  • Randolph Police Department
  • Dedham Police Department
  • Norwood Police Department
  • Everett Police Department
  • Waltham Police Department
  • Framingham Police Department

Over the past 10 years, Project KidSafe has donated more than 35,000 bike helmets for kids. Partner David W. White talks to Brockton Police about the Project KidSafe campaign and giving back in a meaningful way. Check it out!

Pedestrian Safety. Every child should be able to walk to and from school safely. The reality is many children and other pedestrians are at high risk, even when they use crosswalks. Over 28 years, our attorneys have represented hundreds of Massachusetts pedestrians who have been injured or killed by negligent driving. We write about safety precautions drivers should be taking and safety tips for children and pedestrians of all ages on our blog.

Teen Driving Safety. We share safety articles and resources for teens and parents on our blog. Read our National Teen Driver Safety Week 2020 articles.

Unsafe Toys and Products. Look for our blogs on product recalls impacting children and our safety tips for parents. Over the past few years, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has recalled millions of toys, child car seats, strollers, inclined infant sleepers and furniture which have seriously injured and even killed children. Our goal is to help parents use age recommendation labels and recognize signs of unsafe products before bringing them into their home.

Holiday Toy Safety. Each year, we write about unsafe toys and home hazards during the holiday season. Read our holiday toy safety blog series.

Traumatic Brain Injuries and Concussions. Through our Project KidSafe campaign, Breakstone, White & Gluck encourages children and families to protect themselves against head injuries. Always wear a bicycle helmet; buy your children the appropriate helmet when they participate in sports and activities; learn about potential concussion symptoms; and ask about concussion safety protocols for student-athletes at Massachusetts high schools. Read more.

Concussion safety blog updates

Swimming Pool Safety. Drowning is the leading cause of injury death among children ages 0-14 in Massachusetts. Through our Project KidSafe campaign, our attorneys work to prevent child drownings. We are committed to help educate families and pool owners about the "layers of protection."




Contact Our Boston Attorneys Now

For reliable legal help after a bike accident or any other personal injury, please contact the dedicated lawyers at Breakstone, White & Gluck today for a free consultation. Their office is conveniently located in Boston, across from the Government Center T Station.