Picture this: Your little one, full of energy and joy, exploring the world with boundless curiosity. Now, imagine for a moment where that joy and carefree attitude turns into pain.

It's a scenario no parent wants to envision, yet it's a reality we've witnessed in cases involving nursemaid elbow injuries at daycare. These injuries, caused by mishandling, are often the result of caregivers using abusive and negligent behavior towards children.

When supervising a group of children, some caregivers get overwhelmed and resort to excessive force, knowingly or unknowingly causing harm. This incident usually happens when a child’s arm is forcefully pulled or jerked by a caregiver, leading to nursemaid elbow injuries.

How Improper Training Can Lead to Nursemaid Elbow Injuries at Daycare

This abusive and negligent handling highlights the need for awareness, comprehensive training, and stringent supervision to prevent any form of mistreatment in daycare settings. The safety and well-being of children should always be the paramount concern in any daycare environment. If your child was the victim of a nursemaid elbow injury at daycare, the emotional and physical toll can be overwhelming. But here's where we come in.

At The Button Law Firm, your child's well-being is not just a priority – it's our unwavering commitment.

Making a Claim Against a Daycare for a Nursemaid Elbow Injury

Now, let's dive into what we can do on the legal side of things. If we are able to take your case, we will begin by filing a claim against the daycare’s insurance company.

This involves providing them with evidence that they were negligent and submitting information to prove the damages, such as

  • medical bills and records,
  • an outline of the emotional toll on your child,
  • and a summary of any potential long-term effects.

If the daycare is unwilling to help your family recover, a lawsuit may be necessary. We're here to provide you with clear insights into your options and guide you through the steps of the legal process. Your child deserves justice after suffering a nursemaid elbow injury, and we're committed to ensuring they get it.

If you have more questions or would like to talk to a member of our team, be sure to reach out to us. If you’re not quite ready to speak to us, we understand. That’s why we’ve created a free, five-step guide on what to do after a daycare injury. It’s linked here.

Don’t hesitate to reach out. We’re here to keep you and your family moving forward.

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