When a child is injured as the result of an accident at daycare or school, the parents are often left looking for answers. You may be wondering how it happened and who was at fault. Regardless of how the injury has affected your child, there are steps you can take to not only recover compensation, but to prevent similar accidents from happening to other families. At Palmisano & Goodman, P.A., we fight aggressively for the rights of children who suffer serious injuries due to the negligence of other parties and their families.
Whether your child was injured severely or suffered minor injuries,
our Woodbridge premises liability attorneys can offer a free initial consultation to review your case.
If the injury your child suffered took place in a school, it must meet the requirements of personal injury law relating to premises liability. Your child must have suffered a certain amount of injury and this injury must have a significant effect on your child's life before you can file a personal injury lawsuit.
The actions that led to your child's injury must also be palpably unreasonable, all of which our firm can work to prove. Schools and daycare providers in the state of New Jersey may be responsible for injuries and wrongful death resulting from negligence in certain circumstances.
Our Woodbridge personal injury attorneys respond swiftly to collect and preserve evidence of negligence on the part of the daycare owners or the school district. Once we have come to understand the extent of the injuries you have suffered, we can work to establish a claim which explains the amount of compensation you need to cover your child's expenses. You can depend on our firm to attend to your needs with personalized legal attention and quality representation.
We are here to answer your questions in a free consultation,
call us now at (732) 709-4400.