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Returning to Hutchison Elementary School for Lids on Kids Brain Injury Prevention and Helmet Giveaway Program

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Hutchison Elementary School students waiting to be fitted into their new bike helmets at the Abrams Landau Lids on Kids event

The Abrams Landau law team returned to Hutchison Elementary School with our Lids on Kids brain injury prevention and bike helmet giveaway program. We wanted to ensure that we could stop by as many local public schools as possible before the students got out for summer break and started riding their bikes around without any helmets on!

A Fairfax County Police Officer fits a bike helmet on a Hutchison Elementary School student for the Abrams Landau law’s Lids on Kids brain injury prevention and helmet giveaway program

We mixed things up this year by having the event be an after-school event where only students who either brought in a signed bike pledge form or came with a parent were allowed to receive one of our free bike helmets. We noticed that the students and parents who were more intentional about receiving a bike helmet and understood the importance of wearing a helmet were more likely to actually wear the helmets we gave them.

Fairfax County Police officers, Hutchison ES Principal Ray Lonnett and Abrams Landau attorney Doug Landau posing with the lucky student who won a free bike at our Lids on Kids event

There was a food truck right outside in the playground for anyone who came and Hutchison Elementary School held a raffle during the event for one lucky student to win a bike! After bike injury attorney Doug Landau gave his brain injury prevention presentation, the Abrams Landau law team helped fit and give away bike helmets to all the students who attended. The Fairfax County Police Bike Squad also stopped by to answer any questions students or parents may have for them and they helped properly fit helmets on the students as well.

A couple Hutchison ES students posing with their new bike helmets and bags provided by Abrams Landau law