Wrongful death. Defective products. Unsafe premises. Inadequate supervision. Willful wrongdoing. Disregard of regulations. Lack of common sense.
Unfortunately, these and a myriad of other factors are often responsible for children’s injuries and death. When children have been hurt as the result of negligence, carelessness, a defective product or willful wrongdoing, it’s critical for families to take the right steps to enforce the victims’ legal rights.
Many parents learn the hard way that child injuries occur in places where they would expect their children to have been safe, and too often, parents find themselves unprepared and completely overwhelmed when their children are injured.