Prominent legal firm, The Brown Firm, located in Savannah, Georgia has announced the publication of a new blog post. The firm states that the new post provides information to parents who have had a child injured at school or parents who are interested in learning how to better protect their children. The firm states that while schools typically take steps to ensure the safety of children, there are numerous children injured at school every year.
Harry Brown Jr., attorney with the firm says, “As parents, there is a desire to protect our children. Unfortunately, parents cannot be with their children at all times. When they are at school for instance, their care is entrusted to others. When those others fail to keep them from being injured, parents want answers. It is imperative that parents know what steps they need to take if and when their child is injured while in the care of others.”
The firm typically provides information regarding passenger rights after an accident and other personal injury situations. Brown says that children can be involved in a number of personal injury situations at school including those that result from bullying or pure neglect. Injuries can be emotional as well as physical and all injuries should be addressed in order to protect children.
“Bullying has become a growing problem in the United States,” says Brown. “Every school has instances of bullying and this can have a devastating effect on children. While bullying traditionally includes emotional damage such as name calling, it can also become physical, leading to some real and very serious injuries.”
Brown says that parents of children who are being bullied are often at their wit’s end trying to determine how to protect their child. When talks with teachers and principles and often the bullying child’s parents do not help, the attorney says that sometimes legal steps must be taken in order to shield children from this hurtful act. The Savannah car accident attorney says that parents should not hesitate to contact his firm to learn more about what can be done to protect their children.
The newly published blog post outlines ways that children can be injured at school, both emotionally and physically, and gives parents a few insights into what they can do to retaliate against these injuries. The firm says that school injuries include those that may happen on a school bus. If the bus is involved in an accident, particularly if that accident is the fault of the driver, then parents have a legal right for compensation for medical bills and other costs to help their child to heal. The attorney says that parents need to be aware that there are legal ramifications to injuries to a child and that any parent who has a child who has been injured should read the blog post and/or contact the firm to learn more.
Brown says that there are a number of ways that children could and have been injured at school including through bullying, food poisoning, slips on wet floors and various others. He states that parents of school aged children should read the post to get more information on the types of dangers that are present in the school systems today and to learn more about how to take legal action if an incident occurs.
Those who are interested can read the newest blog post published by The Brown Firm in Savannah. The firm has additional blogs that help consumers to learn what they should do in the event of personal injuries caused by the neglect of others. The firm states that they are available for consultations for parents of children who have sustained physical or emotional injuries from school and urges those parents to contact them right away to get things started. Those interested can learn more about the firm and the types of cases that they represent by visiting them on their official website.
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