Injuries to Children at Virginia Daycare Facilities
http://www.rohrstafflaw.com/ Many parents need to use the services provided by day cares, because they have to go to work. There are various types of day cares available. Some are operated in people's homes, while synagogues or churches run others. There are even childcare centers that are more like corporate facilities.
Injuries to children at Virginia day care facilities can be a scary thing. If your child is injured in a secular organization, you probably received a handbook that explained what would happen during your child's day. It would have outlined the daily schedule, including meals, naps and so forth.
If something happens to your child during the day, you should receive a phone call. For example, if your child wakes up from his or her nap with a scrape on the face, that should warrant a call to you. In that type of situation, you need to ask: "what could have happened?" You need to talk with the director and teachers and get answers to such questions as: "How many teachers were in the room?" "How many teachers should have been there?"
If something doesn't seem right, notify the authorities, including the Department of Social Services. You should also contact an Alexandria child injury lawyer.
For more information or questions about day care abuse or neglect, contact the Rohrstaff Law Firm by calling 703-260-6070. We have represented many cases involving injuries to children at Virginia day care facilities. http://www.rohrstafflaw.com/practice_areas/injuries-to-children.cfm