How should I choose a daycare injury attorney?

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You ask a very important question. The lawyer you hire to represent your child’s interests after a daycare abuse or negligence injury will have a significant impact on your child’s recovery and you should be very selective when considering your options.

What to Consider Before Hiring a Daycare Abuse or Neglect Lawyer

Before you decide who should represent your child after a daycare injury, we encourage you to consider:

  • The kind of relationship the lawyer will build with you. You deserve to work with someone who returns your calls, answers your questions, and builds a long term relationship with you. Our lawyers and support staff all do this. We want to get to know you and your child so that we can protect your child’s interests to the best of our abilities. We deliberately handle a relatively small number of cases at a time so that we can be sure to provide personal attention to each and every client.
  • The entire law firm. At Gray & White Law, you don’t hire an attorney. Instead, you hire our entire law firm, which includes all of our lawyers, paralegals and our staff nurse.
  • The attorney’s experience. Our lawyers have some of the largest verdicts and settlements in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. We have been recognized by respected state and national publications and organizations. We are proud of these achievements and we are very proud of the positive difference that we’ve made in the lives of our clients.

For us, this is all about the children who were hurt by the adults who should have been protecting them. We want to help those children get the fair recoveries they deserve pursuant to Kentucky law.

Your Child Is Counting on You—You Should Be Able to Count on Your Daycare Injury Lawyer

To learn more about Gray and White Law and how we may be able to help your child after a daycare abuse or negligence injury, please contact us today for a free meeting. We would be pleased to sit down with you, to hear what happened to your child, and to explain how we may be able to help. Call us or contact us any time—24/7/365—via this website to schedule your meeting.

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