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St. Louis Daycare Injury Lawyer

Parents trust child care facilities with the most important people in their lives.  These facilities and workers have a duty to keep their children safe.  If someone breached that duty and injured your child while at daycare, hold them accountable. You have the right to seek justice with help from experienced daycare injury attorneys. St. Louis parents rely on Goldblatt + Singer for aggressive, reliable legal representation during daycare injury claims. We have the resource, experience and dedication to help. Let us investigate your child’s injuries and possibly bring the negligent or abusive party to justice. Contact us to schedule your free appointment today.

Which Daycare Injuries Result in Lawsuits in Saint Louis?

Injuries are a somewhat common part of childhood. Normal child play and playground time can result in bumps, bruises, cuts and scrapes. As a parent, you don’t need to contact a daycare accident attorney for every little injury that your child sustains while at daycare. You do need to talk to a lawyer, however, if the injuries are serious or suspicious. As soon as you suspect foul play, negligence or daycare abuse played a role in your child’s injuries, call Goldblatt + Singer. A few injuries that should raise red flags are as follows:

Look for more than just physical signs. Daycare neglect or abuse can result in emotional and behavioral changes in your child, such as withdrawal from favorite activities, acts of aggression or rage and problems sleeping. Visit the daycare center often and look for signs of something wrong, such as an unusually small staff or hazards such as open staircases or doors without locks. If you notice anything unusual or suspicious, call a daycare abuse lawyer right away.

Playground injuries are another possible occurrence at daycare centers. In these cases, the daycare center might be liable for negligent supervision of children at play or the manufacturer of the playground equipment could be responsible for creating unsafe or defective products. Our team can help you file a product liability lawsuit within the state’s deadlines, going up against major companies in pursuit of recovery for your child. We have everything you need to build a strong case against negligent parties.

How Can Goldblatt + Singer Help?

Your child deserves a normal, healthy childhood. A serious daycare injury can take this right away. A catastrophic injury such as one to the brain, spinal cord or something like traumatic amputation can change your child’s life forever. If your son or daughter suffered a serious or abuse-related injury while at daycare, talk to a daycare injury attorney from Goldblatt + Singer. We take these cases very seriously and want to hear from you right away.

In Missouri, you have five years from the date of the incident to file a personal injury claim against a daycare center. Missing the statute of limitations to file generally means permanently losing your right to seek compensation. With something as serious as daycare-related injuries, neglect, or abuse, don’t wait to get help from a daycare neglect attorney. We’ll speak directly with the daycare center, its insurance company and other parties in pursuit of compensation for your child’s injuries.

With our assistance, your family could recover compensation for your hospital bills, past and future medical costs, pain and suffering, lost capacities and more. If the daycare center is guilty of gross negligence or criminal activity, you might also receive punitive damages from the courts. At Goldblatt + Singer, a win is more than just recovering financial compensation for our clients. We know money won’t reverse the harm to your child. However, we hope a successful lawsuit can give you a foundation on which to move forward. To find out if you have a claim for daycare injuries in St. Louis, contact our firm for a free consultation.

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