Florida Day Care Center Injury Book

Legal Rights of the Injured Child
Building Blocks of Knowledge for Parents

The book - "Florida Day Care Center Injuries - Legal Rights of the Injured Child - Building Blocks of Knowledge for Parents" - was written by David Wolf, a Florida Child Injury Lawyer and Child Safety Advocate. The book was written with the aide of information gathered through legal research, the representation of injured children, and the input of educators, physicians, and other child care professionals. Mr. Wolf has over 20 years of experience as an attorney and has spent his entire career dedicated to issues involving the rights and welfare of children. According to Mr. Wolf, "the safety of children should be priority one in every Florida day care center." The book - Florida Day Care Center Injuries - has chapters on the following issues:

  • Florida Day Care Center Negligence
  • General Laws and Regulations
  • Outdoor Equipment and Playgrounds
  • Indoor Facilities
  • Supervision of Children
  • Parental Supervision
  • Discipline and Punishment of Children
  • Transportation
  • Fire Drills and Emergency Procedures
  • Staff Requirements
  • Records

In Florida and other States, parents rely on day care centers to provide care, supervision, guidance, and education to children. Most day care centers follow the rules, regulations,and laws. Furthermore, most day care centers use common sense and put forth the due diligence necessary to maintain a safe and nurturing environment for children. Unfortunately, many children are injured in Florida day care centers. This is especially troubling when the injuries could have been avoided with compliance with rules and regulations and with better and more consistent supervision of the children under the care of the Florida day care center.

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If you have a child who has been injured at a Florida day care center, contact a Florida child injury attorney for guidance, consultation, and legal representation. Cases are handled on a contingency basis (i.e. No Recovery - No Fee). David Wolf, Child Injury Attorney, will be On Your Side - At Your Side as part of the legal representation provided by Wood, Atter & Wolf, P.A. Since 1957, Wood, Atter & Wolf, P.A. has represented the interests of injury victims who deserve compensation when their lives have been affected by the negligence or careless acts of others.

 
 
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