Daycare Injury Lawyers in Louisiana

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Daycare workers have a certain duty to keep the children in their care safe. When workers fail to uphold this standard of care, children get hurt. The parents of these children may be left wondering what to do, how they are going to pay for their child’s medical bills, and whether or not they can bring legal action against the daycare for compensation.

If your child has suffered an injury at daycare and you think you may need a personal injury attorney, contact our knowledgeable team at Zinda Law Group today. Our daycare injury attorneys have the ability and resources necessary to discuss your case and to answer any questions you may have regarding your potential lawsuit. Contact Zinda Law Group today at (800) 863-5312. As always, your initial consultation is 100% free, and you will not pay us a thing unless we win your injury case.

what do i do if my child was hurt in daycare?

If your child has been injured while at daycare, you may be left wondering what to do next. Knowing what to do following the accident may help keep you and your child calm and safe, while also protecting your legal rights. Below are the steps you should take following any kind of daycare injury:

1. Seek Medical Attention

First, if your child has been injured due to an accident at daycare, you should consider bringing your child to his or her pediatrician. Depending on the severity of the injury, however, you may need to visit the emergency room or an urgent care facility.

Seeing a medical professional is necessary in order to diagnose all of your child’s injuries, including those that may not be readily apparent, or those that may become exacerbated if not immediately treated. Further, the appropriate medical professional will be able to create the proper medical documentation, which may come in handy later on when discussing compensation amounts.

2. File an Accident Report

Second, you may want to file an accident report with the daycare center. This report may serve as evidence as to the details of the accident, such as when, where, and how the accident occurred. Further, this report may also put the owners or supervisors of the daycare on alert that there may be issues within the center or with its employees.

3. Document the Accident

Third, document the accident, collect evidence, and take pictures of where the incident occurred. This information may prove crucial in your future personal injury case. Examples of documentation you should keep and maintain include a copy of the official accident report, a copy of any witness statements, and any resulting medical bills or related medical documentation. You should also take pictures of the scene of the accident, your child’s injuries, and ask for surveillance footage from the daycare. Remember, no detail is too small when it comes to your child’s safety and well-being.

4. Contact an Experienced Personal Injury Attorney

Lastly, you should contact a reputable personal injury attorney to fight on behalf of your child. The right attorney will be able to investigate your case, determine who was at fault, and help you navigate the often daunting legal process. Attorneys who have ample experience in daycare injury cases may help calm your nerves by answering all of your questions and keeping the process for pursuing your case manageable.

At Zinda Law Group, our experienced daycare injury lawyers in Louisiana have the knowledge and ability to help you during this difficult time and to get your child the compensation he or she deserves. Further, our team has the resources to answer any other Louisiana daycare injury FAQs that you may have.

Worried about paying for an attorney? No need. We believe that our clients should never have to worry about being able to afford top quality legal representation; that is why we offer 100% free initial consultations and work on a contingency fee basis. You will not pay us a cent unless we are successful in winning your daycare injury case.

Potential daycare injuries and causes

There are many different injuries that a child can sustain while at daycare. Certain injuries are minor and will not usually require serious medical attention, such as a small scrape, while other injuries may require hospitalization and ongoing care. Below is a list of examples of potential daycare injuries and their causes:


The playground is a common area for children to get concussions or other serious brain injuries. For example, a child may fall off the monkey bars or swings, hit their head, and develop a concussion. In order to keep children safe, daycare facilities should use soft material under the playground equipment, install guardrails to help prevent falls, and keep a watchful eye on the children as they play.

After a fall or bump to the head, children may begin to show signs and symptoms of a concussion; for example, the child might complain of a headache or nausea. Further, the parent or daycare staff member may notice that the child is showing mood, behavior, or personality changes. If you suspect that your child has suffered a concussion while at daycare, it is important to seek the help of a medical professional right away to prevent any additional brain injury.

Bruises and Scrapes

Children could develop bruises and scrapes in a number of different ways. One common cause of a bruise or scrape would be from a slip and fall accident. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, falls are the leading cause of non-fatal injuries in children in the United States, with approximately 8,000 children ending up in the emergency room every year for fall-related injuries. Although these injuries are often minor, excessive bruising or serious scrapes may be the result of a negligent daycare worker.


A child may choke or suffocate on a number of different items, such as a small toy or piece of food. A properly trained daycare staff member should be trained to recognize when a child is choking and know how to perform lifesaving aid, such as the Heimlich maneuver.

Unintentional Poisoning

Everyday items in the daycare center, such as cleaning products or medications, may be poisonous to children. Over 300 children in the United States are treated in an emergency department every day due to poisoning, with approximately two of those children unfortunately dying. If a daycare worker fails to properly supervise your child and your child becomes sick due to the ingestion of soap or other cleaning products, contact a personal injury attorney as soon as your child is safe.

If your child was injured at a daycare due to the negligence of a daycare staff member, you may be entitled to compensation for the payment of your child’s resulting medical care. Contact a today to discuss your potential case and specific Louisiana daycare laws.

is there a daycare injury lawyer near me?

If you or your loved one has been injured due to another’s negligence or intentional actions, you may be wondering whether there is a personal injury attorney near you. Fortunately, Zinda Law Group attorneys are nationwide and available to take your call. Our team has offices across the country, including in Louisiana and the following cities and states:

  • Phoenix, Arizona
  • Tucson, Arizona
  • Colorado Springs, Colorado
  • Denver, Colorado
  • Fort Collins, Colorado
  • Miami, Florida
  • Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • Las Cruces, New Mexico
  • Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • Austin, Texas
  • Bryan, Texas
  • Dallas, Texas
  • El Paso, Texas
  • Houston, Texas
  • Midland, Texas
  • San Antonio, Texas
  • Temple, Texas
  • Waco, Texas

No matter where you are located, we may be able to help. Contact Zinda Law Group as soon as possible for your free consultation and to discuss your potential case. Our team has the knowledge and ability to provide valuable legal advice and answer any questions you may have.

contact a zinda law group personal injury lawyer as soon as possible to discuss your potential daycare injury lawsuit

No parent wants to experience their child suffering; however, unfortunate incidents often occur. If your child was injured due to the negligence or intentional actions of a daycare company or worker, you may be able to receive compensation. Our team is here for you and your family through this difficult time and throughout the entire legal process.

Zinda Law Group daycare injury lawyers in Louisiana are here to answer any questions you may have regarding your potential case. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for our clients and we have the resources and ability to guide you through each step of the legal process, from the initial filing to the result. Our knowledgeable team uses cutting edge technology to help get your child the compensation he or she deserves.

Contact us today at (800) 863-5312 to schedule your 100% free initial consultation. You will not pay us anything unless we are successful in winning your unique case. That is our “No Win, No Fee Guarantee.”