Injuries to Children
Child Injury Attorney
As a society, we try to do everything we can to protect our children. Of course, accidents happen and children are injured and even killed in accidents. Every year about 16 million children are taken to emergency departments after accidents. It may be no surprise that traffic accidents represent the leading cause of death among children. There are far too many things that can cause serious injury to children to make a comprehensive list, but some of the leading causes of injury to children are car accidents, falls, defective consumer products, and drowning.
While accidents are an inevitable part of growing up, many of these accidents can be prevented. In many cases, these accidents could be prevented with supervision and care. Thousands of children are injured every year be defective toys, cribs, mattresses, and child seats. Many of these accidents can be traced to the negligence of an inattentive caretaker or the defective design or manufacture of consumer products. If your child has been injured through the negligence of another person, contact a Denver child accident attorney as soon as possible to discuss your options.
Most parents agree that their children are the most precious part of their lives, and would do anything to protect them. The injuries received from these accidents may have lifelong repercussions for your child, and it is essential that you get them the best medical care possible as soon as possible. At the same time, if your child was injured by the negligence of another, your family should not face financial hardship as a result. A compassionate, aggressive child accident attorney can negotiate with your insurance company to get the best possible medical care, and to ensure that the medical bills are covered.
When you come to Keith Fuicelli of Fuicelli and Lee, PC with an injured child, he will dedicate himself to ensuring the best possible outcome for your child and your family. Keith knows that dealing with insurance companies after accidents can be complicated and frustrating, and he believes that your focus should be on your child at this time. When you contact Keith during your case, he will speak with you directly, and meet with you in person when you need to meet with him. For more information and a FREE CONSULTATIONcontact Keith at (303)355-7202.