Suing Your Child’s Day Care For Serious Injuries
Many New York City parents entrust their children to day care. Whether a center or in-home, day cares are supposed to be safe, nurturing environments for your children. However, what happens if your child suffers a serious injury at day care? Such a scenario is every parent’s nightmare.
The lawyers of Tolmage, Peskin, Harris, Falick are committed advocates for injured children and their families. We will help you obtain maximum compensation. We have more than 50 years of experience representing injured individuals with dedication and service. With our combined experience handling child injury cases and premises liability cases, you can feel confident when we help you seek the justice you deserve.
Can I Sue? | Proving The Day Care Is Responsible For Your Child’s Injuries
Day care centers often have parents sign a waiver when they enroll their children or when they give permission for field trips. However, these waivers generally do not prevent families from suing the day care if their child gets hurt, and if the day care was somehow responsible. Proving that responsibility is often the crux for getting compensation.
Our attorneys work closely with investigators, medical professionals, law enforcement and other experts to collect the necessary evidence to prove your case, whether it involves:
- Negligent supervision
- Sexual misconduct
- Physical assault or abuse by a child or employee
Parents have the right to sue a day care center for the injuries their child suffered because of their negligent or harmful behavior. And our attorneys will help you at every step of your case, from start to finish. We can help you file a day care accident report and pursue compensation for your child’s pain and suffering, as well as any medical treatment costs, lost work on your part and other accident-related expenses.
Contact Our Attorneys For Experienced Legal Guidance
Our firm handles every claim as if it was ours. We provide your family with individualized counsel and support to protect your rights and obtain a favorable outcome.