Negligent Daycare - Plaintiff's Original Petition - Negligence, Premises Liability & Breach of Contract COA's


This was a case against a daycare that negligently allowed an

18-month old toddler to walk out of its enclosed playground area and walk down the street near a very busy, 55 m.p.h. major intersection. Thankfully, a couple of motorists stopped and brought the little boy back to the daycare without him being physically injured. But the nightmares, mental anguish, and sense of frustration and betrayal that the parents felt were intense. They had good money to the daycare on a monthly basis, and trusted the daycare to do its job properly. When such a shocking lack of care and supervision occurs, there are important Texas statutes that apply and govern the behavior of licensed childcare centers. An experienced personal injury trial attorney will know how to cite and pursue those statutes in order to hold the daycare institution accountable.

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