Atlanta Daycare Injury Attorney

When you choose a daycare center for your child, you trust that employees, instructors, and providers take the proper care to ensure your child’s safety and health. Unfortunately, this is not always the case, and children are injured and harmed due to carelessness and neglect.

If you or your loved one’s child has been injured due to negligence by a daycare provider, please contact Kevin Patrick Law immediately to discuss your case. We understand the anger and frustration you may be experiencing, and we want to help you through this difficult time.

Why Choose Kevin Patrick Law?

At Kevin Patrick Law, we understand how important your children’s health and safety is to your family, and we want to help you fight for justice.

  • We have extensive experience representing clients in multiple daycare facility cases, so we understand what it takes to secure the compensation and justice you deserve.
  • We have secured millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements to not only help clients, but to also promote change at an institutional level in negligent daycare providers.
  • We represent clients on a contingency fee basis, meaning you do not have to worry about legal fees until we secure the compensation you deserve.

Kevin Patrick is also a father, so he understands just how important this case is to you and your family.

How Will an Atlanta Daycare Injury Attorney Help Your Case?

Cases of daycare abuse and neglect will require extensive investigation in order to prove liability. Most parents and guardians are unable to do this on their own. Kevin Patrick, an experienced Atlanta daycare injury lawyer, will be able to uncover the truth of what happened.

As your attorney, Kevin Patrick will:

  • Gather all of the evidence necessary to prove what happened, including any surveillance footage, safety records from the daycare, eyewitness statements, and medical records.
  • Negotiate with all parties involved in order to secure a settlement that is fair, based on the circumstances and evidence.
  • Prepare the case to go to trial if that is what it takes to secure the compensation you deserve.

What is Daycare Abuse and Neglect?

Daycare abuse and neglect are often unreported in the United States. There are various causes of injuries in a daycare setting, including:

  • A lack of supervision of the children
  • Defective or hazardous playground equipment and toys
  • Too many children for each daycare worker to properly care for
  • Unsanitary facilities
  • A lack of training and education for daycare workers
  • Negligent hiring practices by the daycare, including a failure to perform background checks

Not only can a child suffer from traumatic injuries due to the abuse and negligence of a daycare, but they can also suffer from malnutrition, as well as emotional and psychological harm. Daycares in Georgia are required to follow strict regulations as set forth by the Department of Early Care and Learning’s Bright from the Start agency.

What Kind of Compensation is Available?

If you discover that your child has been injured in an Atlanta daycare due to the negligent or careless actions of the employees, seek legal assistance as soon as possible. You can count on Kevin Patrick Law to thoroughly investigate your case and work to hold those responsible for your child’s injury accountable for their actions. We will work to secure the compensation necessary, which can include:

  • Coverage of your child’s medical expenses
  • Recovery of lost wages if you are unable to work while caring for your child
  • Pain and suffering damages
  • Loss of enjoyment of life damages
  • Possible punitive damages against the daycare and their staff

We know that your children’s safety is the utmost priority in your family. When you need an Atlanta daycare injury attorney, you can contact Kevin Patrick for a free consultation or by calling (404) 566-5880.

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