Emery Law Office July 2018

HAVE A LAUGH!

AN EMERY LAW PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT We’ve all experienced getting into a car after it’s been sitting in the sun for a few hours. Super unpleasant, right? Some days it can get so bad that you want to turn the car on and run the air-conditioning for a few minutes before driving. While driving in a car that feels like an oven is nobody’s idea of a good time, being left in a hot car is a much more serious issue. According to the safety organization Kids and Cars, an average of 37 children die every year after being left in a hot vehicle unattended. The number of pets that die from the same cause is even higher. These statistics are so tragic because the fatalities are entirely preventable. My advice is simple: Don’t ever leave your child or pet in a car unattended. You may think you’re just running into the store for a couple of minutes, but there’s no point in risking it. Having to hold your child’s hand as you walk the aisles or tie your dog up outside is not much effort when it guarantees the safety of your loved ones. Remember that it doesn’t need to be sweltering outside for your car’s interior to reach unsafe temperatures. Vehicles are excellent at trapping heat, so the temperature inside a parked vehicle will be higher than the ambient temperature outside. That’s doubly true when you’re parked in a sunny area. After all, a sealed car isn’t the place to feel a summer breeze. There are a number of ways to keep your car cool during the summer. You can use a sunshade, park in a shady area, and keep the windows slightly cracked. I also recommend covering any parts of your car that get particularly warm with a hand towel. That way, when you get into your car, you won’t recoil the second you touch the steering wheel. DON’T LEAVE KIDS OR PETS IN A HOT CAR

BLUE CHEESE BUFFALO DOGS AND CELERY SLAW • 1 package of your favorite hot dogs • 1 package hot dog buns • 1 bottle Frank’s RedHot sauce • 4 ounces crumbled blue cheese FOR CELERY SLAW • 4 celery stalks, very thinly sliced • 1/2 teaspoon lemon zest INGREDIENTS

Inspired by Bon Appetit magazine

• 2 teaspoons fresh lemon juice • 1 teaspoon olive oil • Celery salt and fresh ground pepper, to taste

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WE WANT YOU TO THINK OF US AS YOUR LAW FIRM. If you have a legal matter that needs attention, let us know. If we can’t handle the matter, we will refer you to a firm that can. Please feel free to refer us to your friends and family for their legal needs. We welcome the opportunity to help. 3. Assemble hot dogs, douse with hot sauce, and top with celery slaw. 4. Top with blue cheese, add another splash of hot sauce if you’re feeling extra spicy, and serve. 1. For slaw, toss all ingredients together and season with celery salt and pepper. 2. Grill hot dogs and toast buns.

No matter the precautions you take, it’s just not a good idea to leave pets or children in a vehicle. There’s too much at stake to leave their safety up to chance.

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