If you send your little one to daycare, preschool, aftercare, or another type of child care service, you do so with the expectation that they will be well cared for. After all, that is the number one job of any child care provider, regardless of the particular “mission” or focus of the specific “program.” Socialization and learning are great, but they cannot come at the expense of safety.
Unfortunately, as the experienced injury attorneys at The Injury Law Firm of South Florida can attest, child accidents and injuries do happen – even at the finest daycare establishments – due to negligence and unsafe conditions. So, what can you do if your child is injured at a child care facility?
As you struggle with obtaining medical care and focus on your child’s recovery, the legal side of things may be far from your mind. However, you owe it to your child and your family to consider the potential benefits of winning a personal injury claim.
Contrary to popular belief, injury lawsuits are not about getting a payout or putting a price tag on an accident. Ask anyone who has suffered through a serious injury – especially to their child – and they will tell you that if they could turn back time, they would do so in a heartbeat – compensation or no compensation.
So, why file a suit after a daycare injury? Parents with injured children get in touch with The Injury Law Firm of South Florida for a number of different reasons.