Every parent wants the best care possible for their children when they are away. Working parents often turn to a commercial child day care center, home, or other facility for this incredibly important purpose. Parents must be able to trust that when they leave their children, they will be well cared for. Tragically, this is not always the case. In South Carolina, child day care licensing laws, regulations and requirements are mandated by the South Carolina legislature, and are promulgated and enforced by the South Carolina Child Care Licensing program. Requirements are set forth to help ensure the health, care, and appropriate supervision of children in day care. If a child is injured through the neglect of the day care center or their failure to comply with the applicable regulations, the child and parents may have the right to compensation for injuries, damages, economic loss, and pain and suffering caused thereby, including punitive damages in some cases.
At Alan M. Tanenbaum, P.A., we stand up for the rights of injured children. If your child has been injured through the negligence, inappropriate supervision, or wrongful conduct of another, we will seek to pursue the compensation that your child needs and deserves. We have extensive experience and an intimate knowledge of the legal system and will put our experience to work for you.
Child Personal injury attorney Alan M. Tanenbaum is a proven advocate for child victims from the Charleston, surrounding areas, and throughout South Carolina.
Contact us today online or by telephone at 843-722-2588 to arrange a consultation with an experienced Charleston child day care injury attorney.