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Maryland Day Care / Child Care Centers – Facilities Have a Duty to Keep Building Safe and In Good Repaiar Safety Regulations – Hazardous Items What Is Defined As Day Care / Child Care Center

By Benjamin A. Klopman, Attorney and David Wolf, Attorney
Published by Child Injury Lawyer Network

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In Maryland and Other States, children suffer serious personal injuries every day because a day care center / child care center is not properly maintained. Buildings and the general facilities are often times become run down or are already in a poor condition. As a result thereof, child are injured. Pursuant to Title 13 A State Board of Education – Child Care Centers – Regulation 13A.16.05.01, a child care center has a duty to provide and maintain a soundly constructed building or facility that is in good repair. The child care center must be clean and free from the infestation of insects and rodents. The child care center must also be free from safety hazards.