South Florida Child Injury Lawyers

Our children depend on us to provide a safe and secure environment for them so that they can be free to explore, learn, and grow. As parents, we often depend on caregivers, other adults and companies to provide services and products that will offer this same safety and security to our children. No matter how diligent we are in watching over them, all children will experience minor scrapes and bruises.

Our Child Injury Lawyers Protect the Rights of Minors

Unfortunately, in some cases, childhood injuries can be catastrophic and even result in death. If negligence was a factor in your child’s injury or death, you may want to consider legal action against the negligent parties and our South Florida child injury lawyers can help. This is something you should seriously consider for several reasons:

1.  To make sure no other child suffers the same trauma.
2.  To hold accountable any negligent party or company for the injuries caused to your child.
3.  Your child’s injuries may leave you struggling financially.
4.  Your child deserves to be compensated for his/her pain and suffering as a result of the negligence that caused the unnecessary injury.

Our compassionate child injury attorneys have the resources and the knowledge to aggressively pursue the negligent parties in your child’s injury case.

Motor Vehicle Accidents Are a Leading Cause of Child Deaths

The leading cause of death in children over the age of one is trauma. Every year, over 6,600 children die from injuries. Shockingly, 14,000 children suffer injuries every year from negligence. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of death for children in the United States. Swimming pool and boating accidents, along with poisoning, fires and playground injuries cause a significant number of the 435,000 visits to the emergency room for traumatic brain injuries (TBI) each year.

An additional 200,000 emergency room visits are for playground injuries each year. Children are more vulnerable to injury than adults; they do not have the maturity to have developed “common sense” to avoid hazardous situations. Children are still growing and a traumatic injury to a child can be catastrophic during certain stages of development. Children have a small body mass, so they cannot ingest a large amount of toxins without serious damage being done to their bodies.

Children can be injured in many ways when individuals are reckless or because of a manufacturer’s oversight. Some common causes of child injury in Florida include:

*Dog bites and animal attacks
*Dangerous or defective childrens’ products
*Swimming pool incidents
*Sports and other physical activities
*Car, pedestrian, and bicycle accidents
*Choking hazards or materials that are poisonous if digested

We understand the anguish you are going through because we are parents of young children ourselves. All children deserve to be cared for by trustworthy and educated professionals. We have the right to expect that the products and services that we choose for our children will meet the highest safety regulations. Our experienced South Florida child injury attorneys understand the emotional, physical and financial losses that you are experiencing. We will aggressively pursue the negligent parties that caused needless suffering to your child.

Your Child And Your Family Deserve Fair Compensation for Injuries

We will make sure that your family receives fair compensation. You may be entitled to compensation for the following:

* Present and future medical bills
* Loss of wages while you care for you injured child
* Loss of future wages
* Pain and suffering
* Mental anguish
* Emotional trauma
* Future pain and suffering
* Scarring and disfigurement
* Reconstructive surgery
* Rehabilitation
* Impairment
* Loss of quality of life
* Disability

If your child has been injured due to negligence of another party, let us help. Our knowledgeable and dedicated South Florida child injury attorneys work tirelessly to help families of injured children begin to heal.