Phoenix Child Injury Lawyers Ask, Who is Watching Your Child?
What Do You Know About Your Child's Day Care Provider or School?
Top rated child injury attorneys, Alexis and Mark Breyer, of The Husband & Wife Law Team, asked themselves this very question and found interesting answers. What do you know about the people who care for your children and the laws in your state? There are many highly reputable child care centers and schools available, but parents must do their research. As Phoenix child injury attorneys, The Husband & Wife Law Team have helped many families after their child has been injured by someone else's negligence or other wrongful conduct.
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Breyer Law Offices, P.C. Publishes Infographic About School and Daycare Safety
Arizona personal injury attorneys, Alexis and Mark Breyer, of Arizona's "Husband and Wife Law Team," recently produced a child safety infographicabout the dangers of unqualified daycare providers and use of physical restraint and seclusion in schools. As the proud parents of 8 children, the Breyer's believe strongly in a safe and positive learning environment for all students.
The Numbers Don't Lie
Most parents aren't aware that, based on data provided by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 44 percent of workers in the child care industry had only a high school degree or less in 2008. In addition, the National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies (NACCRRA) states that only 10 states require caregivers who work from their home to have a childcare license.
Daycare and school abuse is more common than one would think. Fox News reports that about 900,000 children are abused or neglected in daycare centers each year and 70 percent of these children are under the age of three. Each year, 4.5 million children suffer sexual misconduct by school employees, from inappropriate comments to physical abuse. The most common type of child abuse is neglect, followed by physical abuse, sexual abuse, physiological abuse, and medical neglect.
Increasing Arizona Child Care Awareness
Arizona is 1 of 19 states without any laws regarding the use of restraints and seclusions in schools. Over the past 20 years, students have been abused in schools with everything from carpets burns from being dragged to a seclusion room, to bruises from being pinned to the ground. Many of those victims were children with disabilities. The Child Welfare League of America (CWLA) reports that between 8 to 10 children in the U.S. die each year due to restraint procedures in schools. Numerous others suffer injuries such as bites, damaged joints, and broken bones.
The Husband and Wife Law Team
Arizona's Husband and Wife Law Team specializes in personal injury and wrongful death cases, and have helped many families cope with the devastating reality of an injury or loss caused by another's negligence. The firm's daycare infographic was released to raise awareness about child safety at school and other child care centers. The firm welcomes others to read and share the infographic to help increase awareness about child safety. Alexis and Mark Breyer believe there are many highly reputable child care centers and schools available, but parents must take the time to choose the best possible people to watch and protect their children.
Alexis and Mark Breyer have been known throughout Arizona for many years as "The Husband and Wife Law Team." They started their practice in Arizona in 1996. Their cases include automobile, motorcycle, and trucking accidents, slip and fall incidents, nursing home abuse cases, dog bites, construction accidents, and other cases of negligence that have left innocent people permanently affected such as school and daycare abuse.
Mark is a Certified Specialist in Injury and Wrongful Death law, a distinction currently earned by less than 2% of all Arizona attorneys and he is also a member of the American Trial Lawyers Association. The Breyers are also members of the American Association for Justice.
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