Goldblatt Singer – Experienced St. Louis Negligent Supervision Lawyers
We expect our children to be safe when we leave them in the care of others. However, this isn’t always the case. The people you’ve trusted can be careless, and your children can suffer because of it.
Negligent Supervision Cases
If your child is injured while in someone else’s care, you may be able to file a negligent supervision lawsuit. Though the law differs from state to state, most negligent supervision cases require the following criteria:
- The child is in the care, custody and control of the defendant
- Defendant failed to properly supervise the child
- The child suffered injuries, damages or death because of the defendant’s failure to properly supervise the child
Who Can You File A Suit Against?
There are many people who we trust to supervise our children. At Goldblatt Singer, we’ve handled lawsuits for injuries to children in the care of:
- Daycare providers
- Camp counselors
- Youth group leaders
- Foster parents
Contact a Personal Injury Law Firm
If your child has been harmed because someone failed in their duty to supervise them, contact us today. Our experienced negligent supervision and liability lawyers can sort through what happened, determine who is liable and plan a course of action that will give you the strongest case possible. We’ve helped over 25,000 clients in our firm’s history, and we’ll fight to make sure that you receive adequate compensation to pay for your child’s injuries and more.