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While the word enticement has a positive connotation for many, legally it has another meaning. Certain classes of protected people can fall victim to an enticement and end up being physically harmed. One of the main sectors of the population that needs to be protected is children. Children are prone to be hurt through enticements so read on and find out more.
Common Enticements to Know About
The first enticement that might come to mind is backyard swimming pools. It's easy to see why children may be enticed to enter a pool on a warm day. However, like all such enticements, they can be extremely dangerous and that is why most municipalities have rules about fences and pool enclosures. Other common enticements children may come across include:
And more. Anything that could hurt a child if they access it can be an enticement.
The Homeowner's Responsibility
Parents are responsible for making sure that children stay safe at all times. However, others owe children an equal level of responsibility for keeping them safe. Even if a resident doesn't have young ones around, they must still take action to lock things up and prevent access to dangerous enticements. If they don't, a tragedy could occur.
What Parents Need to Do
Parents cannot be everywhere at all times, but many blame themselves when a child is hurt or worse. Here is what you can do to take action after an injury or death due to a neighborhood enticement accident: