The Importance of Hiring a Daycare Injury AttorneyUnfortunately, there have been troubling instances of daycare misconduct in the past. It's concerning that insurance companies covering these facilities often fail to adequately assist affected families, preferring quick, insufficient settlements for those harmed under such circumstances. 
The insurance company doesn't want families to talk to lawyers because they're afraid their bad practices will be exposed. Instead, they'll try to talk directly to the families and promise to fix things. But it's important that caregivers like Rebecca Anderson, who  takes full responsibility for what happened. She hurt the kids on purpose, and it's clear she doesn't care about them. Videos show her giving drugs to the kids and tying them up in their car seats. That's really bad, and she needs to pay for what she did.

The Importance of Hiring a Daycare Negligence and Abuse Lawyer for Daycare Injury Cases

While you can hire a lawyer at any point in the process, the sooner a skilled attorney is involved, the more help they will be able to provide. You will want someone with experience handling daycare negligence and abuse cases.

You'll want someone with experience dealing with daycare negligence and abuse cases to help you navigate this situation. They can provide the support and knowledge needed to ensure that justice is served for your family and that steps are taken to prevent such incidents from happening again in the future.

Furthermore, it's crucial to have someone who values you as an individual, not just another case number. Take a glance at our core values to see how we prioritize empathy, respect, and personalized care in every interaction.

Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Lawyer to Represent Your Family for Your Daycare Negligence and Abuse Attorney 


Here's a comprehensive list of the top 18 questions we recommend you pose to an attorney before finalizing any agreements:

  1. Have you handled this type of case before – specifically involving daycare abuse and neglect?
  2. How many daycare injury cases have you handled?
  3. How long does the State's Department of Family Protective Services take to complete its initial report?
  4. What is the process of handling a daycare abuse and neglect case like this at your firm?
  5. What do I need to have for you to evaluate my case?
  6. Do I even need a trial lawyer at this time?
  7. Will I need a lawyer for this case against the daycare?
  8. What is the statute of limitation for our claims as a parent?
  9. What is the statute of limitation for my child's claim?
  10. If this case results in having no merit, will you be honest and tell me as soon as you know it?
  11. Will you meet with my family and me in person?
  12. What fee arrangement structures can you offer? (The Button Law Firm is strictly a contingency fee law firm; click on the link provided to learn more.)
  13. Do you require a retainer to be paid upfront?
  14. Will you cover the expenses throughout the case and then get reimbursed for that amount at the end of the case from any money recovered?
  15. What is the best way to reach you?
  16. How quickly do you return client calls?
  17. Do you provide regular case status updates?
  18. How quickly do you inform clients of developments in a case, like the entry of orders, filing of motions by either side, scheduling of hearings and discovery, etc.?

If you need more information, be sure to reach out to us. At The Button Law Firm, we're committed to supporting families dealing with daycare abuse or neglect by providing the guidance they need to make informed decisions. We value clear communication and are here to assist you throughout the process.

What Can The Button Law Firm Do to Help Families Dealing With Daycare Negligence and Abuse Cases? 

Unfortunately, there are still daycares where children suffer mistreatment. If your child has experienced abuse or neglect at the hands of a caregiver, we're here to assist you. Our aim is to ease the burden of pursuing legal action, enabling you to concentrate on restoring normalcy to your life. With our seasoned team and access to various resources, we're dedicated to holding negligent entities accountable for any harm or loss caused in Texas daycares.

To get in touch with our team, use our chat feature, call our office at 214-699-4409,  or fill out our contact us web form. You can also email us at [email protected]

Russell Button
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Dallas, Houston, and Midland Texas trial and personal injury lawyer dedicated to securing justice for clients.