It can be difficult to entrust someone with the care of your child, so you most likely put a lot of time into the research required to find someone or a facility that you can trust. From babysitters to daycare, you want to ensure that those you trust to take care of your child will take care of them and keep them safe.
If your child has been injured due to the negligence of a school, a babysitter, a daycare, or any other party in any situation, you may be able to hold them liable for the pain and suffering of your child, as well as any medical expenses and lost wages that you experienced because you had to take care of your child. With the help of an experienced southern Minnesota personal injury, you can exercise your right to pursue the matter so you can receive the compensation that you deserve.
Competent & Skilled Child Injury Representation
Daycare centers, school districts, and other childcare providers are in loco parentis for the time that they are responsible for a child’s care. This means that they are responsible for the safety and health of the child. At Farrish Johnson Law Office, we believe that anyone who works with or cares for children has a responsibility to the children and the parents and should be held accountable for their mistakes.
The types of injuries and accidents that children tend to sustain in these cases include:
- Daycare injuries
- School and playground injuries
- School bus accidents
- Injuries from dangerous toys
- Broken bones
- Sprains and strains
These are just some of the accidents and injuries that can result from the negligence of a person who is supposed to be making sure that each child in their care is properly taken care of.
Seeking The Compensation You Deserve
Your Mankato personal injury lawyer will investigate what happened in order to ensure that those responsible are held accountable. It is possible for more than one individual to be accountable. For instance, the caretaker and the facility that they may work for can be named in the lawsuit. It is very important that all negligent parties are pursued so that the maximum compensation can be received. It is possible for medical bills, lost wages for the parents, and other damages to extend well into the future, depending on the severity of the injuries. By having adequate compensation, you don’t have to worry about the bills not getting paid. Instead, you can focus on your child’s recovery.
Contact A Southern Minnesota Personal Injury Attorney
Child injuries are very serious because they can have long-term effects on the child’s quality of life and they have an impact on the well-being of the entire family. If your child has been injured due to someone else’s negligence, it is your right to file a personal injury claim against them. To learn more, call Farrish Johnson Law Office, CHTD at 507-625-2525 for a free consultation.