We know that if your child is injured in an accident that is caused by another person, you will have many questions?
- Why did this happen?
- Who was responsible for their safety?
- What happens now?
At the Law Offices of Greg Prosmushkin, P.C., we want to help you answer those questions and more. We know that there is nothing scarier than something happening to your child that you have no control over. Let us help you take control of this situation.
When you need a Chester child injury attorney, we are here for you. Out-qualified and experienced team will work tirelessly to secure the compensation you need.
What Can Happen
It is not surprising that children are more susceptible to traumatic injuries than the rest of us. They just get themselves into situations that people with more experience know to avoid. Because of this, the people who are responsible for caring for our children must take safety precautions at all times. Think about the following groups of people:
- School administrators
- Daycare staff
- School bus drivers
- Other parents
- Sports coaches
- Recreation directors
We trust all of them to care for our children. When their irresponsible behavior causes kids harm, they should be held accountable.
We also know that there are times when our children can be harmed by faulty products. Think about the things they use and consume on a daily basis:
If a company produces a faulty product or something that we give our children is not labeled properly, they can become injured or seriously ill.
We also know that government agencies and private companies are responsible for maintaining playground equipment. If they fail to do so and a child is injured due to broken parts, those agencies should be held accountable.
The Concussion Epidemic
You may not know it, but there are an estimated 1.6 to 3.8 million sports-related concussions that occur each year in the US. Most of these happen to children and teenagers involved in school or recreation league sports. Any time a child suffers a blow to the head, they need to be evaluated and not allowed to return to play until they are fully healed.
The consequences of a person receiving another concussion before they have healed from a subsequent one can be long-term brain damage.
Do You Have Options?
If your child has been injured because of the carelessness or reckless behavior of someone else or an agency who was responsible for their safety, you should seek legal assistance immediately. At the Law Offices of Greg Prosmushkin, P.C., we will sit down with you and figure out the best path forward.
We want to make sure you have the compensation you need for medical expense, long-term care, as well as punitive damages against those responsible. When you need a Chester children injury attorney, you can contact us for a free consultation by clicking here or calling 215-543-7220.