Initiating a lawsuit against your daycare provider is something that can be met with mixed emotions. Often time’s daycare providers are our friends, family, or neighbors. The attorneys at Sand Law have been at the forefront of high profile daycare injury cases in Minnesota. Hire the best.
“It is important to understand that Minnesota law requires daycare providers to carry liability insurance.”
This insurance may be used to cover the costs of medical expenses, pain and suffering, and emotional harm.
Daycare facilities are often noisy, busy place. These are settings where injuries due to negligence often occur. This is because daycare employees are often distracted by things like noisy rooms, the needs of other children, and messy conditions. Daycare injuries can include broken bones, playground injuries, burns, and contact with poisonous chemicals.
Even if you feel your daycare provider is a good person and did not intend for your child to become injured, you still have the right to be compensated for those injuries. Do not let the insurance companies guilt you into thinking you are taking money out of your daycare provider’s hands.
Even if the daycare provider committed egregious acts against your child, it will most likely be the insurance company that covers the majority of the lawsuit expenses.
There are fewer things more heartbreaking than entrusting another with the health and safety of your child, only to have that trust broken. If your child was abused by a daycare provider, it is important that you hire the right attorney to bring that provider to justice. There are several forms of daycare abuse: physical, emotional, sexual, or mental abuse are some of the types of abuse for which you may bring a claim.
Do Not Hesitate To Initiate Your Claim
These cases have statutes of limitation . Do not wait until it is too late to pursue your claim. Contact the Minnesota Daycare Injury Lawyers to schedule a free consultation. We take these cases on a contingency fee basis, which means “no recovery, no fee.” The Minnesota Child Injury Lawyers take on these cases from a possession of dedication and strength. Get the compensation your family deserves.
What Types Of Remedies Are There For Daycare Injury or Abuse Claims?
Minnesota law affords Plaintiffs to recover compensation relating to medical expenses, pain and suffering, mental anguish, emotional trauma, disfigurement, embarrassment, humiliation, and disabilities created as a result of the injury or abuse.
What Types Of Cases Does The Minnesota Daycare Lawyer Handle?
Our office handles cases involving:
Contaminated Food Injuries
Where Does The Minnesota Daycare Attorney Practice?
Our office handles personal injury and child injury cases in St. Paul, Minneapolis, Woodbury, White Bear Lake, and throughout Minnesota. Call us at 651-291-SAND (651-291-7263) or email us for your free initial consultation.