It seems that we are reading more and more about Connecticut child sports injuries. According to the Children's Hospital in Boston, approximately 3,000,000 children get injured in some way, each year, by participating in recreational activities and/or while playing organized sports. If your child has been injured in some type of sporting activity then you should consult with an experienced Connecticut child injury lawyer.
The majority of head injuries sustained in recreational or sports activities occurred during skateboarding, skating, or while bicycling. It is very important that parents monitor the activities which their children engage in and make sure that they are wearing the proper safety equipment. It is important that children wear helmets, eye protection, and padding. If children wear prescription glasses, they should consider wearing safety glasses to cut down the risk of an eye injury.
If your child has been involved in some type of a recreational or sporting accident in the State of Connecticut and you feel that their injuries are the result of the negligence or fault of another, then you should contact an experienced Connecticut child injury attorney at the earliest possible moment so that you can have the facts of your child's case reviewed to determine if there is any liability on the part of another. Our experienced Connecticut child injury attorneys have written the book on Connecticut child injuries which you can download for free by visiting our website. This informative free book will provide you with a lot of information on Connecticut child injury cases and will advise you as to what you should be doing and what you should not be doing.
Sometimes people like to get instantaneous information and you can do so by contacting us at our toll-free number at 888-244-5480 and speaking with one of our Connecticut personal injury attorneys to get your questions answered over the telephone. You can also schedule a free in-office consultation where we will review the facts of your child's case with you and will advise you as to what you should be doing and what you should not be doing. You should know that these cases are taken on a contingency fee basis and we advanced the cost to properly develop your child's case. We are only paid a fee and our cost if we recover money damages for your child. If there is no recovery, then you will owe us no legal fees and you will not have to repay our costs. Please click here to contact us today to find out how we can assist you.