Daycare Negligence

When placing your child in the care of someone else, you trust that they will make the safety of your child their highest priority. Unfortunately, however, many daycare facilities fail to provide satisfactory care. Negligent caregivers can cause emotional and physical injury to your child.

If you or someone you know has suffered because of a negligent daycare facility, contact the Oklahoma personal injury attorneys at the Abel Law Firm. Our team of experienced professionals is here to help you and your family receive the compensation you deserve. Call (405) 239-7046 today to schedule your free consultation.

Forms of Negligence

While caring for children, a child care facility may fail to meet standards of safety in a number of ways. Examples of negligence include:

  • Accidents or injuries resulting from unsafe toys or equipment
  • Unheeded precautions, including: uncovered outlets, unlocked cabinets, or hazardous objects left in reach of children
  • The administering of medications not approved by parents
  • Children harming other children
  • Physical or verbal abuse
  • Unsanitary conditions

Because of the range of injuries which can occur at child care facilities, it is important that all daycare related accidents and injuries be investigated for negligence. If proven, victims may be eligible for monetary compensation for medical expenses, pain and suffering, and other related expenses.

Contact Us

If you suspect that your child has suffered from daycare negligence, contact an Oklahoma personal injury attorney at the Abel Law Firm today. Contact us at (405) 239-7046 to speak with an attorney about your legal options.

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