The goal of any responsible parent, employee or chaperone is to keep children safe when they are at a field trip or during transportation in a daycare. However, unexpected things can happen. If you believe that a child has been involved in a field trip accident or transportation accident, our Atlanta field trip attorneys can help.
Cases about children being left at a park or being left in a hot vehicle have occurred resulting from the negligence of the teacher at the daycare. As parents, employees or chaperones, it is important to know what is required should such an accident occur. If you believe that your child has fallen victim to negligence on an Atlanta field trip contact our attorneys for additional information.
At Kevin Patrick Law, our Atlanta field trip lawyers are here to help with field trip injuries. The attorneys offer families that have been impacted by lack of supervision or adequate training of employees. As a father of two young children himself, Mr. Patrick is passionate about bringing his skill set to recoup damages for victims of negligence. If you are unsure if a Georgia department of Early Care and Learning Rule has been violated, we are here to help.
According to Rule 591.1.1-.13, the facility must:
According to the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning Rule 591-1-1-.36, the facility shall:
Common incidents or acts of negligence that unfortunately occur during field trips or circumstances involving transportation include:
Please do not hesitate to contact us if your children experience any accidents during field trip or transportation from a field trip. Kevin Patrick is a seasoned daycare lawyer in Atlanta. As a father himself, Kevin understands a child’s best interest and the concern of your family. He will fight for your case and get your children and your family a fair and just compensation. To schedule a free consultation with an Atlanta field trip lawyer, contact us or give us a call at (404) 566-5880.