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Jordans, Sandals, or No Shoes? The Dangers of not wearing shoes at Home

By January 26, 2018Personal Insurance

Today is No Shoes Day. Whether this applies to being inside or outside, it can still be dangerous to your feet. This is especially true when walking around your home. Safety should always come first as you manage your household. Therefore, protecting your feet, that of your family, and guests that come over can help prevent accidents, injuries, and more.

There are many dangers that could be presented by not wearing any sort of footwear in a home. The following are some mishaps that could occur if you were to have bare feet:

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  • Going barefoot in certain areas of the home could expose your feet to bacterial growth and infection.
  • Shoes can protect your feet from injuries, but the best way to avoid them is by watching out for different hazards, such as broken glass or a nail sticking out. Walking around blindly is the last thing you want to do.
  • Any type of puncture to your foot can lead to complications such as infection or muscle damage.
  • Diabetics are at more risk than others if a barefoot disaster were to occur because the healing process could be abnormal.
  • Never go barefoot around a campfire or grill since you will be at high risk for burning yourself.
  • Always operate a lawnmower with sturdy shoes.
  • Inspect your feet on a routine basis for skin problems so they will be easier it to treat if an issue occurs.

At CNR Insurance, we hope you realize that being barefoot can feel freeing, but isn’t always the safest option. If you are worried about accidents or injuries occurring on your property, having our home insurance coverage may be your solution. We can help ensure you have the coverage needed to protect you, your family, and your home while staying within your budgetary requirements. Let us help you understand your unique needs when it comes to safety at home.


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