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Experienced Daycare Abuse Lawyers
Our attorneys will speak to you about your potential case free of charge. If we can help with your claim, we’ll do so for no out-of-pocket cost to you.
Our firm’s culture of supporting our clients is very important to us and we work hard to nurture and develop it.
Our daycare abuse lawyers have won millions of dollars for clients over the years, and have been recognized as top personal injury attorney’s throughout Texas and the rest of the nation.
While any potential criminal charges will be handled by law enforcement, your family also has the option of filing a civil lawsuit against the abuser and/or their employer in order to hold the them financially responsible for their actions. You may be able to recover compensation for things such as medical bills, therapy, alternative childcare expenses, and more.
Only an attorney experienced in daycare abuse cases can evaluate whether or not you have a case that is worth pursuing, and attorney Jeff Rasansky is one of the most-experienced daycare abuse lawyers in the country. We charge nothing to evaluate your case over the phone or by email, and if we think you have a case worth pursuing, we’ll take your case on contingency. This means that you never have to pay us a single penny out of pocket for us to try your case. We only collect a fee if you win.
Children may be abused at daycare facilities, schools, summer camps, etc. in many different ways. Your best chance at discovering this is to familiarize yourself with the warning signs of daycare abuse, and to keep an open line of communication with your child in regard to their experience at day care, and with their teachers.
Some of the most-popular signs of daycare abuse include crying, fighting or feigning illness in order to avoid going to daycare; unusually timid behavior or clinginess; extreme behaviors; a newfound interest in sex and genitalia; urinary tract infections; bed wetting; and abnormal or multiple bruises with no explanation.
It’s important to keep an eye out for physical signs and behavioral changes, but it’s also important to talk to your child when you suspect a problem. Assure them that they will never get in trouble for telling on a teacher or adult who makes them feel bad or uncomfortable.