Injuries To A Disabled Child
An injury to a disabled child is distressing for all involved. According to the US Census Bureau, in 2010, there were 2.8 million school-aged children in the US civilian, noninstitutionalized population. The number of those that suffer an injury is unreported, but the types of injuries vary significantly. A disabled child could suffer an injury at birth, or be injured at school, during transportation on the bus to and from school, on the playground, at home, or while in the care of another. Because children with disabilities require special care, when one charged with providing that special care neglects his duty, the child could become seriously injured.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), “Children are exposed to many hazards and risks as they grow and develop into adulthood, and unintentional injuries are the leading cause of death and disability for children and teenagers in the United States. The physical, social, cultural, political and economic environments in which they live can significantly increase or decrease their injury risks.”
The CDC further explains that children are more susceptible to injuries because of their size, growth and development, curiosity, and inexperience. Injuries that a disabled child could experience include those related to motor vehicles, poisoning, burns, falls, and even wrongful death due to the negligent care or negligent supervision of the caregiver. Medical malpractice, misdiagnosis, or preventable infections could result in injuries sustained by a disabled child.
Whatever the cause, if you think someone else is responsible, and should be held accountable, for an injury your disabled child has endured, you should seriously consider speaking with the knowledgeable staff at Johnnie Bond Law to voice your concerns. Our team is equipped to handle the questions and the emotional trauma you are experiencing. We are passionate about providing you with the legal assistance you require.Attorney in Washington, DC
Attorney Johnnie Bond is highly competent and experienced. He can help evaluate your case and determine the best approach for your case. Allow Johnnie Bond to be the advocate for your family in order to receive the compensation necessary to cover the expenses associated with past and future medical costs, pain and suffering, and any other relief your case deserves.
Johnnie Bond Law works closely with medical analysts that will help in evaluating the medical impact of the injury to the child and the child’s disability. This is a unique approach that will benefit you in determining the course of action and the appropriate legal arguments to obtain the positive outcome you deserve.
The team members at Johnnie Bond Law are knowledgeable and compassionate. Their goal is to ease your concerns and assist you in this battle for your child’s rights. Schedule a meeting with our staff to become better acquainted and see how they can assist you.
Call today at (855) 426-6352 or (202) 683-6803 to speak with a team member, schedule a free consultation, and discuss your concerns with people who can help you.