Preventing the Most Common Injury at Daycare
The choice to enroll your child in a daycare program is one of the toughest decisions parents need to make. It is emotional and complex with several factors that need to be considered. One of those factors to consider is how to prevent the most common daycare center injury: falls.
Part of growing up is falling down and getting back up, but if your child’s injury was the result of the center, or its staff’s negligence, then you may have a personal injury case. Some of the most common ways children fall at daycare include, but are not limited to:
- Falls from playground equipment or during outside play time
- Rolling off a diaper changing station
- Faulty or broken equipment and toys
Prior to enrolling your child into a daycare program, you can check the center’s Connecticut Department of Public Health’s licensure database to see if there have been any infractions against the center and what the outcome was.
If you believe your child was injured due to the the negligence of your daycare center or its staff, call the personal injury attorneys at McEnery Price Messey & Sullivan immediately. Our experienced and knowledgeable attorneys will begin an immediate investigation into your child’s injury.
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