Posted on Jan 10, 2024

Marshall news messenger featureMARSHALL, TX – The Marshall News Messenger featured the story of clients represented by The Button Law Firm, a mother from Marshall, TX, and her 11-month-old daughter. This coverage follows the infant's experience of suffering severe second-degree burns on both feet while under the care of Ms. Anita’s Academic Center.

The Marshall News Messenger recently dove into the story, shedding light on the lawsuit filed against the daycare facility, Ms. Anita’s Academic Center, and its director, Anita Taylor.

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What Happened at This Marshall Daycare?

The Marshall News Messenger detailed how an 11-month-old child was allowed to walk barefoot on hot pavement in scorching Texas temperatures, resulting in extensive burns on the soles of both of her feet.

In a feature by The Marshall News Messenger, attorney Russell Button, representing the family, expressed the severity of the incident and the family's determination to hold Ms. Anita’s Academic Center accountable for its negligence.

Russell Button, in his statements to the publication, emphasized the gravity of the situation and The Button Law Firm’s mission to bring awareness not only to this specific case but to the broader issue of daycare safety standards. The article outlined the allegations in the lawsuit, including claims of serious physical, emotional, and mental injuries suffered by the child due to the daycare's negligence.

Detailing what happened at the daycare, the family’s attorney, Russell Button, explained, “What happened here was an 11-month-old girl was allowed to go outside without any socks or shoes in 104-degree heat and walk barefoot on hot pavement, and as a result of that, she received severe second degree burns on the bottom of both of her feet, the entirety of them because of that negligence.”

The Marshall News Messenger highlighted concerns raised by The Button Law Firm regarding Ms. Anita’s Academic Center's history of violations, citing information from the Texas Health and Human Services Commission. The article pointed out the firm's perspective on how seemingly minor infractions could accumulate and result in significant consequences, as demonstrated in this case.

The mother’s perspective was captured in the article, expressing her heartbreak over her daughter's preventable injuries. The Marshall News Messenger featured her statement, where she emphasized the daycare's failure to exercise common sense in protecting her child from the dangers of Texas heat.

How The Button Law Firm is Working to Help This Texas Family

Russell Button, as reported by the Marshall News Messenger, emphasized that though the daycare has closed since the incident, the closure of the daycare would not halt the litigation. The article conveyed that the law firm is committed to holding daycare facilities accountable, even after closure, to prevent them from reopening under different names and continuing operations without addressing past negligence.

The Marshall News Messenger's coverage provided a comprehensive overview of the incident, legal proceedings, and The Button Law Firm's commitment to advocating for families affected by daycare negligence. The feature serves as a crucial platform for raising awareness about childcare safety standards and the need for accountability in the industry.

Contacting The Button Law Firm After Your Child Was Injured at Daycare

If your child suffered from an injury due to a daycare’s negligence, contact our experienced team now. We have helped many families move forward from daycare negligence and abuse cases, and we’re ready to help yours.

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