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Mississauga Daycare Negligence Lawyers
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Selecting a daycare provider for your child is an important process. While most licensed caregivers will do their best to protect children from harm, individuals and organizations occasionally do act negligently and fail to meet their duty to protect the children in their care from injury. Worse still, some daycare providers willfully cause harm to their charges, which can result in devastating trauma for the children in their care. At Hurt in Mississauga we are passionate about fighting for children who have been injured. Our team has a long record of victory holding negligent caretakers accountable. We are here to protect your family during this difficult time and make sure this never happens again.
We can hold those responsible for your child’s injury accountable, providing compassionate care and support throughout your case.
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Examples of Daycare Negligence
- Failure to Properly Supervise a Child
If a child is lost, injured, or otherwise harmed due to a lack of reasonable supervision, this can be considered negligence.
- Failure to Attend to a Child’s Special Dietary Needs
When a daycare provider is aware of a child’s severe allergy or other dietary restriction, he or she must take reasonable care to protect that child from foods that could cause harm. If your child suffers an allergic reaction to foods he or she should have been kept away from, this can also be considered an act of negligence.
- Failure to Provide Safe Premises
Neglecting to provide a safe environment can take many different forms, ranging from the provision of dangerous or age-inappropriate toys to using defective or recalled cribs. Leaving medicines or toxic substances in reach of children is another example of neglecting to provide safe premises.
- Failure to Screen Employees
Daycare centers must legally do their best to protect children from dangerous individuals. If centers do not screen or conduct background checks on their employees, and inadvertently hire a dangerous predator or even a person who isn’t qualified to provide care, they may be held liable for negligence.
Common Types of Daycare Accidents & Injuries
- Accidents Involving Toys or Equipment
Toys that have been involved in safety recalls, toys with small or loose parts, or poorly maintained outdoor equipment can all cause injuries. Falling, choking, and hazards are all real dangers when daycare centers allow the presence of unsafe toys and equipment.
- Accidents Involving Other Children
If left unsupervised, children can cause injuries in a variety of ways, including hitting, biting, kicking, or inadvertent collisions.
- Injuries Involving Food
When daycare centers provide food, it can present many different dangers. Spoiled or contaminated food can cause illness, and foods that induce allergic reactions can cause serious injury or even death when given to children with negative reactions.
- Physical Injuries
Visible injuries such as bumps, bruises, cuts, or even broken bones could all be indicative of daycare negligence or abuse.
How Should I Take Action Regarding a Daycare Injury?
In any case of alleged daycare negligence, the plaintiff bears the burden of proving that the harm to the child was the direct result of negligence by the daycare provider. The plaintiff must also show that the negligence led to some type of injury or damage, such as medical bills or emotional suffering, for which reimbursement can be claimed. It is important to have an experienced Mississauga personal injury lawyer on your side.
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Daycare workers cannot be allowed to act recklessly. If you are considering filing a negligence or abuse claim against your child’s daycare provider, the personal injury attorneys at Hurt in Mississauga can help you collect the evidence you will need to receive just compensation for the harm incurred by your child. We work on a contingency basis, so you don’t pay a dime unless your case is successfully resolved.
Hurt in Mississauga is here to help protect your child. Contact a Mississauga daycare injury attorney at (888) 793-3903 from our office today so that a member of our team can provide you with free and confidential legal advice.
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