Choosing a daycare is an extremely important decision for every parent. Deciding who you can trust to watch your child every day while you are at work can be stressful and complicated. However, once you carefully choose a daycare, you naturally expect that you can trust that they will take good care of your child. However, even the most highly respected daycare facilities can have accidents happen. When you receive a call at work that your child has been injured at daycare, you likely have many questions. An experienced PI lawyer can help answer your questions and hold the daycare center responsible for any negligent actions.

Sometimes children get injured simply by accident. However, some daycare injuries happen because the owner or a member of the staff acted in a negligent manner. The most common type of negligence at a daycare facility is usually improper supervision. Some common accidents that happen due to improper supervision include:

  • Falls from playground equipment or furniture
  • Children consuming poisonous substances
  • Children injuring each other
  • Children wandering off or getting picked up by a stranger
  • Getting extremities slammed in drawers, doors, or other small spaces

These are only a few of the examples of accidents that happen due to improper and negligent supervision. Some of these accidents can, unfortunately cause serious injuries to your child.

Contact a Fayette County Personal Injury Attorney for a Free Consultation

Receiving a call that your child suffered an injury at daycare can be every parent’s worst nightmare. However, parents can count on the personal injury attorneys at the Law Offices of Shane Smith to provide the highest quality of representation and assistance to help you recover for your child’s injuries. Do not hesitate to call our office today at (770) 487-8999 to schedule a free initial consultation and case evaluation.

Shane Smith
Advocate for the Seriously Injured in Georgia

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