Mesa Daycare Abuse Attorneys
There’s nothing more precious than children. And when we put our faith in someone to watch over our children, they have to do a good job.
People who run daycare centers have a responsibility to hire qualified personnel and make sure they have the right training and experience to keep your child safe. If you suspect that daycare staff are negligent or abusive, your child must be protected.
To speak with a Mesa daycare abuse lawyer, contact the Husband & Wife Law Team today by calling (480) 944-9753.
Your child might not tell you if there’s something wrong. They may not realize when the adults who care for them are acting in an irresponsible or inappropriate manner. And sometimes abusers will tell a child not to talk about what happened.
Keep an eye on your child’s behavior and check for evidence of physical harm. Signs of daycare abuse include:
- Mood swings
- Loss of trust
- Acting out
- Acting clingy or withdrawn
- Difficulty sleeping
- Cuts and bruises
- Aches, pains, and stomachaches
- Soreness in mouth or genitals
Daycare abuse is not the regular scrapes and bumps that children get while they’re out playing. It’s avoidable injuries and harm that result when incompetent or cruel staff members are allowed to work with children.
Negligent hiring and inadequate supervision are the main causes of daycare abuse. The people who own and manage daycare centers have a responsibility to screen all employees to protect your child. It’s also essential to monitor staff and make sure your child isn’t alone with someone who could harm them.
Failure to report and lack of oversight result when the people who own daycare centers don’t know what they’re doing, or when they try to save money by neglecting to direct the proper resources to child safety.
Frequent types of daycare abuse that we see in our office include:
- Physical abuse
- Sexual abuse
- Sexual grooming
- Emotional abuse
It’s crucial to protect your child. And it’s also important to take steps to prevent other children from being harmed. The first thing you’ll want to do is ask your child if anyone has mistreated them.
Write down everything your child says and take photographs to document any injuries your child has. Have your child see a pediatrician right away if they have any out-of-the-ordinary injuries.
If you suspect abuse, remove your child from the facility and file a claim with the Arizona Department of Child Safety. You’ll also want to hire an attorney as soon as possible.
Social workers have large caseloads, and they don’t have the same resources as we do. The Husband & Wife Law Team will interview witnesses, examine incident reports, and subpoena internal company documents to find out what’s really going on with your child.
Our experienced Mesa child injury attorneys will file a claim against anyone whose negligent or malicious actions harmed your child. This may include staff members, supervisors, and daycare owners at any of the following types of organizations:
- Residential daycare
- Daycare centers
- Day camps
- Preschool centers
- Residential camps
- Afterschool care
Federal law requires states to enact policies and procedures to safeguard children. The people in charge of daycare centers and other types of organizations have a duty of care to protect your child.
Every year thousands of children suffer horrible injuries due to daycare abuse. You have the right to seek compensation to get the assistance you need to help your child recover. A daycare center abuse claim includes the following types of damages:
- Current and future medical bills
- Physical injuries
- Emotional trauma
- Time missed from work
- Psychological counseling
- Pain and suffering
Mark and Alexis Breyer of The Husband & Wife Law Team have raised eight beautiful children together and their safety is the most important thing in our lives. If someone harmed your child, we want to know about it.
Our firm has collected millions of dollars in settlements for our clients. We have a perfect 10.0 Avvo rating and Super Lawyers has recognized us for providing outstanding service.
Call (480) 944-9753 to learn more today. You won’t owe us anything unless we win you a settlement.
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