Halloween—it conjures up images of witches and ghouls, and scary good times. But injuries are the wrong kind of scare when you want to have fun, and unfortunately, people are injured celebrating Halloween every year. Let’s talk about haunted houses, for example. They aren’t open year-round, which means they are often hastily constructed, and though they are legally required to meet building safety codes, compliance laws, and fire code regulations, many do not, leaving visitors at risk for a multitude of injuries. So how you can prevent injuries and what can you do when they happen? Click HERE to learn more.