Was Your Child Seriously Injured?
Injuries to children can be some of the most frightening to have to face. Parents take the safety of their children as their prime responsibility. When accidents happen and children are injured, parents need to be able to help their children.
Children can be seriously injured in a wide variety of settings, including:
- Auto accidents
- Day care
- Swimming pools
- Dog bites
Part of pursuing compensation after a child has been seriously hurt in an accident includes coming to an understanding of the long-term impacts of the injuries and what care the child will need to be able to overcome those challenges. We are experienced at identifying future medical care needs and securing the compensation necessary to meet those needs.
There are a number of other issues that need to be dealt with when children are hurt in accidents. One is that children often have a hard time clearly communicating what is wrong with them. Parents can help bridge the communication gap that might exist between medical care givers and their children.
Our Experience Helping Injured Families
At Morris & Dean, we know how difficult situations involving injured children are for their parents. We work to make these cases easy on them so that they can focus on their child’s needs. Lawyer Jeffrey J. Dean has almost 30 years of experience building highly effective personal injury cases that truly help our clients. He is AV Preeminent* rated by Martindale-Hubbell’s peer review rating system, the highest available rating and an 9.3 “Excellent” rating from Avvo.
We only collect attorney’s fees for personal injury cases if we secure compensation for you.
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