Nationwide Child Abuse Lawyers

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Every parent has the difficult job of protecting their children while encouraging them to gain independence. Often, that means trusting the adults of different organizations and institutions to care for a child without the parent present. Many children attend daycare, schools, activities, camps and religious organizations without their parents present and benefit immensely from the experiences. However, with the potential benefits of these activities comes a risk. A portion of children will suffer from child abuse or neglect while they are in the care of a school, organization or institution.

Parents of child abuse victims should know that their family might be entitled to legal damages. For information about child abuse and available compensation, contact a lawyer knowledgeable in all areas of personal injury including the delicate subject of child abuse. The attorneys of Zinda Law Group PLLC can protect your rights and fight for you if your child was injured. What sets us apart from other law firms is our dedication to our clients. We believe client service is paramount, we treat every case equally and our primary mission is to help people.

Legal Representation for Claims

It can be difficult for a parent to tell if abuse or neglect has taken place because many children are too embarrassed or too young to give a full and accurate account of what happened. That is why it is so important for parents to be alert to the following symptoms of child abuse:

  • Unexplained bruises, cuts, burns or pain
  • Dramatic changes in behavior
  • An adamant and repeated desire not to attend school, daycare, or activity again
  • Significant emotional withdrawal from you or other loved ones
  • Regression from a developmental milestone
  • Sexual behavior mature beyond the age of the child

Child Abuse Injury Claims

If there is suspicion of child abuse or neglect, remove the child from the situation and notify the local child protective agency who will conduct an investigation. A pediatrician should examine the child and provide an evaluation. Although you may be hesitant to contact an attorney, we want you to know that we strongly believe in helping families recover from the unthinkable and preventing other families from enduring the same kind of pain. Make an appointment today for a consultation with a trusted child abuse and personal injury lawyer.