Daycare Injuries

Kids fall down and hurt themselves all the time. It's part of growing up, right? Well, not always. When we talk about daycare injuries, we are referring to preventable accidents, injuries, and wrongful deaths that occur due to negligence and/or wrongdoing. 

It may be normal for a child to fall and skin their knee, but serious injuries are almost always avoidable with proper supervision and safety measures. If your child is hurt due to someone else's negligence at a daycare, then you may be owed compensation for your damages. 

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Daycare injuries due to negligence are entirely preventable, and they frequently occur when a child is left unattended, inadequately attended, or left in a vehicle. If your child has been the victim of any of these scenarios, or your child was otherwise hurt in a daycare accident, please do not hesitate to reach out to a personal injury attorney.

Injuries we frequently see are broken bones, lacerations, heat exhaustion, and, tragically, death. If you have questions about a claim against a daycare, please call 404-622-5337 for a free consultation.

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