In all cases, your child’s injuries are tragic and should never have happened. However, who is liable for your child’s injuries depends on the unique facts surrounding how he got hurt. It is important to make sure that a full investigation is done so that you can hold the responsible party (or parties) accountable and so that you can get your child the full and fair recovery that he deserves.
Our experienced attorneys are committed to completing a full investigation for each of our clients. Our team will get all of your questions answered, get a full understanding of what happened to your child, and determine who should be held responsible for your child’s injuries. Then, we will use that information to make sure that your child recovers for his past, current, and future medical expenses, lost income, out-of-pocket costs, pain, suffering and other damages.
So Who Is Responsible?
In the situation that you describe, the daycare may be responsible if the daycare:
- Did not provide the required training for the staff member and the lack of training contributed to your child’s injury.
- Was understaffed at the time of your child’s injury.
- Did not provide sufficient supervision for staff members.
- Failed to conduct the required background checks prior to hiring the staff member.
- Maintained an unsafe facility that contributed to your child’s injury.
Additionally, the individual staff member may be responsible if she acted criminally or if she acted outside the scope of her employment.
Don’t Contact the Daycare Directly
Instead, let our experienced lawyers do it on behalf of your family so that you can be confident that all of your questions will be answered and that all applicable evidence will be maintained.
Please contact us today for a free consultation about your child’s rights and please know that we will not charge you an hourly fee for our services. Instead, we will not get paid unless your child makes a financial recovery. Let us help you through this difficult time and, together, we will help your child recover damages from the parties that caused his injuries.