Despite our best efforts and protective care, our children fall victim to the negligence and carelessness of others. Often these are people whom we entrust with the education, health care or supervision of these children. A child can be injured or harmed in so many ways such as defective car seats, playground structures and equipment, unsafe toys, medical malpractice, school bus or car accidents, inadequate or improper supervision, even physical abuse or molestation. When a child is harmed the family suffers too. Not only can there be serious physical injury but there is more often than not severe emotional trauma as well. Any such case requires the assistance of a strong Riverside personal injury attorney.
The innocent children who are victims of personal injury have rights and these must be protected. The responsible party must pay for their mistake. A child injury attorney from The Law Offices of Gerald L. Marcus knows the importance of the well-being of a child and how the disruption of the child's right to happiness, health and freedom to grow is extremely distressing to both the child and family members. The attorneys on the legal team care about your child's injuries and your claim with the same dedication to justice as if our own children were involved.
Although accidents do happen, they often could have been prevented. That is the tragedy. The persons responsible must be held accountable. The physical injuries suffered by a child can be quite grave, to the point of permanent disability or even loss of life. Often there is the extremely distressing mental pain as well, leaving the child emotionally scarred for life. The family suffers too as they struggle with the entire associated trauma. Our lawyers will assist with the entire process of building your claim and protecting the child's rights while taking legal action against the responsible party. Our goal is to seek the maximum compensation possible for damages suffered by the injured child and the family.
Contact a Riverside child injury lawyer now if your child or a child you know has been injured or harmed through the negligence or carelessness of others.