If your child has been injured or harmed because of another person’s negligence it can be a very traumatic and painful ordeal. At Roxell Richards and Associates, we are strong advocates for individuals and families that have been as a result of child injury and child negligence. The negligent party should be held responsible for any damages in a child injury case. Holding the negligent caretakers responsible for their actions can provide your family with justice and support as well as prevent future child injury accidents. An experienced child injury lawyer will go a great deal in doing this.
Houston Child Injury Lawyer
Roxell Richards and Associates if filled with qualified, experienced, and compassionate personal injury and child injury lawyers. Roxell Richards understands the complexities and details that explicate the nature of child accidents that lead to harmful child injuries. Her priority is always first and foremost the short and long-term best interests of the child involved. Additionally, Roxell Richards has over two decades experience in consulting in negligent schools cases, child care providers, and other forms of negligent child care supervision.
To learn more about your rights in a child injury case or speak to a child care injury lawyer, you are welcome to a free consultation. Roxell Richards is proud to serve the greater Houston area as well as the rest of the state of Texas. Please call (713) 974-0388.
Texas Child Injury Law Center
Child injuries are usually preventable, and to result from negligence, child abuse, or improper child oversight. Common child injuries include
- Choking and suffocation
- Brain damage
- Broken and fractured bones
- Cuts and scrapes
- Poisoning and
Many of these horrific injuries can be life altering, and can result in a series of medical treatments and expenses. If your child has suffered injuries at the hands of someone else, a personal injury attorney can recover compensation for any damages your family has endured. However, it is important to act quickly and swiftly find justice. Additionally, the CDC offers helpful tips on how to keep your child safe and prevent any future injury.