By Stephanie Brown and David Wolf, Attorney
Published by Child Injury Lawyer Network
Before selecting a day care center for your child in Georgia and other States, it makes sense to do some research into the facility. Visit the facility and ask a lot of questions. Visit more than once if you like. See if you can speak to other parents with children in the program. Another great resource of information is the State of Georgia Office Website for the Department of Human Resources where you can access a database called the Facility Location and Information Guide. Search by city, county, name of facility, and other factors. It is important information to have and review.
If your child has been injured in a day care facility in Georgia or other States, it is also important ask a lot of questions to determine how your child was injured and if the injuries could have been avoided with better supervision and care at the day care center. You can also speak to a child injury lawyer for further guidance when dealing with the issues of medical bills, medical treatment, legal rights and responsibilities, and other issues involving an injury to a child in a day care center.