A Parent’s Worst Nightmare
As a parent you want your children to be safe and under the watchful eyes of a responsible adult as often as possible. You put a lot of trust in those you leave your children with, but what happens if they are not up to the task? If your child has injuries caused by this kind of negligence, you have options.
Our attorneys at The Law Offices of Amanda L. Rose and Beth V. Kelly-May are experienced with dealing with sensitive and stressful legal situations. We are also parents and understand what it means to struggle with a situation where your child has been injured due to another’s negligence.
We will work aggressively to bring your claim for the injuries your child has suffered and work to obtain the maximum compensation for their damages.
Common Child Injury Scenarios
When we talk about child injuries, we think more about falls from bikes and skinned knees. These are simple things that basic first aid can handle, but the real problems are injuries such as:
- Sports activity injuries: Relaxed attitudes toward safety gear such as helmets in T-ball can cause brain injuries with devastating outcomes.
- Gym class injuries: Teachers must follow guidelines and standards in regard to safety when it comes to the children in their care.
- Playground injuries: Playgrounds must be monitored, and the facilities must be safe for all kids to use.
- Amusement facilities injuries: Amusement facilities, including roller rinks, pools and amusement parks, should have clear safety rules that all employees respect and follow.
If negligence puts your child’s future and health at risk, you do not need to let that go. We will work to get you the settlement you deserve to cover the expenses and difficulties these injuries caused you.
We Can Help With Your Claim
We care about our clients and will do what we can under New York law to provide reasonable, pragmatic representation for their injuries. Children are especially vulnerable, and we work hard for the best outcomes for them. Contact The Law Offices of Amanda L. Rose and Beth V. Kelly-May, in Mayfield, by calling 518-613-4222.