Injuries to children

child’s helmet and bicycle laying on street in front of a carInjuries to children can be devastating and lead to long-term physical and emotional problems. If your child has been injured due to someone else’s negligence, The Team at Stanley Law can help recover compensation for their medical bills, pain and suffering, and other damages. We work hard to get you the maximum award that you deserve.

How Are Injuries To Children Different?

Children are more susceptible to injuries because they have less experience and impulse control than adults. For example, a child may see a dog and run up to pet it without any precaution, which can lead to being bitten or attacked. The effects of an injury can be particularly catastrophic or traumatic for a child and may require long-term medical and psychological treatment to help them cope with the trauma of the event. Often, an injury can also cause more physical damage than it would to an adult because of a child’s size or age. Don’t go it alone. Joe knows exactly what to do to build a solid claim and recover the compensation your child deserves.

Common Types Of Injuries To Children

Our team of experienced personal injury attorneys has represented many children who have suffered scarring, disfigurement, and head, brain, spinal cord, and other catastrophic injuries. Defective products such as toys, furniture, and small parts without proper warnings can seriously injure or kill a child. Children are also drawn to things they consider fun, like swimming pools and trampolines. When property owners do not take proper measures to secure such items, they may be liable if the injury or death of a child happens.

Some common causes of injuries to children include:

Liability For Injuries To Children

Adults must act with a reasonable standard of care, especially when it comes to children. If an adult fails to take reasonable safety precautions or intentionally harms a child, they may be liable for the child’s injury or death. Because you never know what’s just around the corner, determining liability for injuries to children can be complex. Our personal injury lawyers’ asses your case, advise you on the best course of action and work to build a solid case for compensation through investigation of the incident and effective application of tort law.

Depending on the specific situation, liable parties may include:

  • Property owners
  • Product manufacturers
  • Motorists
  • Pet owners
  • School districts and officials
  • Bus drivers
  • Coaches and players
  • Playground equipment manufacturers
  • Health care professionals

Making Sure Injured Children Get The Care They Need

As lawyers who have years of experience representing children in injury lawsuits, we understand how vital it is to ensure we recover the maximum compensation to pay for the care of a child. After a serious injury, a child may need surgery, specialized health care, adaptive equipment, rehabilitation, psychological counseling, and ongoing care. It takes true grit to win a case, and you can rest assured we’ll leave no stone unturned. Our attorneys at Stanley Law Offices have more than 90 years of collective experience and work collaboratively with investigators and experts to reach the best possible outcome for your child injury claim. We may be able to recover compensation for damages such as:

  • Past and future medical expenses
  • Pain and suffering
  • Emotional distress and trauma
  • Loss of future wages due to disability
  • Funeral expenses in cases of wrongful death

Contact Us To Learn More About Compensation For Injuries To Children

If your child has been injured or you are mourning the loss of a little one, our compassionate, dedicated Team at Stanley Law can help. Don’t go it alone, phone us at 800-608-3333 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation. Or email Joe directly at Our offices are conveniently located in Syracuse, Binghamton, Watertown, and Rochester, New York, and Montrose, Pennsylvania. Se habla español.

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