By Scott Zahler, Attorney and David Wolf, Attorney
Published by Child Injury Lawyer Network
Jazmin Green died at the tender age of 2. She was the child who was left in a day care center van outside of a Chuck E. Cheese during a field trip from a Clayton County (Georgia) Day Care Center. The tragic death of this child was completely avoidable had the required checklist been completed and the basic Georgia day care regulations been followed. Now, Charles Green, the father of Jazmin Green, April McAlister, the mother of Jazmin Green, and other family members mourn the death of these child and must deal with this tragedy one day at a time and certainly for the rest of their lives. Jazmin Green’s parents through the years grew to trust the care and support from Marlo’s Magnificent Early Learning Center. Unfortunately, the inattention and failure to follow basic transportation and safety measures broke this trust and now the family has to deal with the finality of a funeral rather than the everyday joy of a bedtime story to a wonderful little girl. See Toddlers Family Sees Trust Broken – Child Left in Day Care Center Van.
See Georgia Day Care Centers – What Rules / Laws Apply to Van and Bus Transportation and Passenger Checklists?. See also Arrests Made Following Death of Jazmin Green – Difference Between Civil Case and Criminal Case.