Our attorneys knows this is a difficult time for you and your loved ones. We know that bills may be piling up and money is growing tight. That is why we offer a 100% FREE case evaluation to all of our daycare abuse clients. Furthermore, you don’t pay us unless you win your case!

Hiring a daycare abuse lawyer to represent you against a negligent facility is one way that you can uphold your rights and the rights of your children in court. When you go to a daycare facility, you have the right to expect that your child will be provided with competent and safe care. You also have the right to assume that the facility will be willing to communicate with you if there are problems. There are instances where daycare facilities don’t’ uphold these obligations and when a child ends up suffering grievously as a result. Here are some things to consider about hiring a lawyer.

1: Stop the Abuse

The first thing you have to do is to make sure that the abuse at the daycare facility has stopped. This usually means contacting the authorities so that they can arrest anyone who is suspected of being directly responsible for the abuse. The state may come in and pull the licensing for the facility, as well, which effectively puts them out of business. Stopping the abuse is the first and most important job you have as a parent.

2: Help Your Child

Doctors and counselors will generally be needed to provide care for your child. You’ll have to contact these professionals to make sure your child has all the resources they need for their recovery. If your child is going to need an extensive amount of care due to the abuse, you’ll need to figure out how you’re going to pay for that, which is sometimes where the lawyer comes in.

3: Go to the Consultation

Most daycare child abuse attorneys will want to meet with you for a free consultation. This is where they’ll sit down with you and hear your story out. They may also take a consultation over the phone if it’s too difficult for you to make it into the office at the appointed time.

When you’re meeting the lawyer, be sure to answer all their questions honestly. There are some cases where they’ll be unable to represent you and where they’ll have to turn your case down. In other situations, however, they’ll be sure that they’re the right lawyer for you and will want to represent you in court. You’ll have to go to the consultation to find out which applies and whether or not you’re going to be able to hire them to represent you.

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