Top-Rated Child Injury Attorneys

Your child deserves a fighting chance at life. No one’s negligence should be able to change that. Jurewitz Law Group Injury & Accident Lawyers takes an injury to a child seriously. Whether a dog attack, a car crash, or a school incident caused the trouble, we’ll treat your child like our own.

Recovering Damages For Children


Legal Help for Children Who Have Been Seriously Injured

If your child has been injured due to another person’s careless actions, contact Jurewitz Law Group Injury & Accident Lawyers as soon as you can. With our assistance, you and your child will have a fighting chance at gaining the financial support necessary for medical care, lost time at work, and other losses. But do not wait to call. The sooner you act, the stronger your chances are of getting full and fair compensation from the at-fault party. Call (619) 233-5020, we have a No Fee Guarantee. If we accept your case, you will not owe us a cent unless we reach a settlement or judgment in your case.

Common Types and Causes of Child Injuries

The injuries your son or daughter sustained depend on the type of accident that occurred. The most common causes of injuries are:

  • Child Care Abuse – When you leave your son or daughter in another person’s care, you trust that they will keep them safe and healthy. Common signs that your child is the victim of abuse are unexplained injuries, night terrors, fear of a specific individual, and withdrawal from friends and activities.
  • Child Pool Accident – Public swimming pools are hazardous to young children, especially those that don’t know how to swim. A poorly trained lifeguard, broken pool tiles, or a slippery surface could lead to injury or death of a young person.
  • Defective Baby Sling – Carrying your baby safely in a sling makes your life easier and frees up your hands for other tasks. Unfortunately, defective and recalled baby slings result in suffocation, falls, and other problems.
  • Motor vehicle crashes – Car accidents can result from driver error, vehicle part malfunctioning, adverse weather, or dangerous roadways.
  • Defective toys – Manufacturers should test their products for safety and quality standards before releasing them to the public. Toys containing dangerous defects could lead to suffocation, electrocution, and various other injuries or death.
  • Falls – Small kids haven’t developed balance skills yet and might fall frequently. However, specific situations could allow you to hold someone else accountable for your child’s injuries during a fall. For example, a business owner could be at fault for failing to mop up a wet floor.
  • Fires – A toy containing faulty electrical components could spark a fire, causing burn injuries to a child.
  • Medical malpractice – Healthcare professionals can make errors, such as misdiagnosing the patient, using unsterilized tools during a procedure, or implanting defective medical devices. Injur