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Ohio Corporal Punishment in a Day Care Center – What Are the Legal Rights of Compensation for the Injured Child?

By Will Brown, Attorney and David Wolf, Attorney
Published by Child Injury Lawyer Network

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In Ohio and other States, children should be provided with adequate and appropriate care in a child care / day care center. Children should be supervised in a caring involvement free from abuse and neglect. Unfortunately, many children are injured in Ohio day care centers due to negligence and some due to the intentional acts of day care workers. Corporal Punishment is a form of discipline used by some child care providers. Physical and emotional acts of discipline can have a lasting effect on a child. Whether Corporal Punishment results in physical injuries or not, it should be reported to the facility and to the State licensing authorities.

When a child is subjected to Corporal Punishment in a day care center, it is often helpful to have the advise of a Child Injury Lawyer. There are often issues with State laws and regulations, medical treatment, damages, and compensation. The book titled – The ABCs of Child Injury – Legal Rights of the Injured Child – What Every Parent Should Know – has chapters on Day Care Center Injuries, School Injuries, Damages / Compensation, and other topics. Get this book for free at The ABCs of Child Injury.

An allegation of corporal punishment / beating was reported in Washington Township / Montgomery County, Ohio. It was reported that a 3 year old child was subject to corporal punishment while attending the day care center – Debbye’s Darling Daycare and Learning Center Too. The Dayton Daily News reported that an Incident Report was filed regarding the alleged corporal punishment incident. See Alleged Beating at Ohio Day Care Center.