Failure to Supervise Lawyer

Personal Injury Lawyers Serving Tucson, Phoenix, Flagstaff and all Arizona cities and communities

When leaving your children in the care of trained professionals, you expect these adults to act in accordance with their duties, protecting your child and their best interests as much as possible. Sadly, childcare facility employees may fail to properly care for the young ones under their supervision, creating a potentially dangerous situation.

If your child has been harmed due to the negligent oversight of a childcare daycare worker then it may be appropriate to consider pursuing financial compensation through a civil lawsuit. To learn more about your legal rights and options in this delicate situation, contact the Tucson, Phoenix, and Flagstaff failure to supervise attorneys of Miller, Pitt, Feldman & McAnally, P.C., today.

Dangers of Inadequate Supervision

Young children are typically unaware of the potential consequences of their actions and lack the experience and understanding to predict the actions or trajectories of others. This is one of the reasons why they must be entrusted to the care of an adult in the first place. When a childcare employee neglects his or her most important responsibilities, the consequences can be tragic. A child left unsupervised may unwittingly receive preventable:

    • Physical injury
    • Sexual abuse
    • Pain and suffering
    • Mental or emotional trauma
    • Physical or verbal abuse

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