Researchers and others work hard to determine how to best keep children in New York and across the country safe while traveling in vehicles. Because it has been determined that having children properly secured while in a motor vehicle is safest, states have laws in place to protect them. Unfortunately, failure to obey these laws can result in serious harm. For example, a woman in another state now faces multiple charges after an accident that resulted in child injury.
Health care professionals in New York and across the country often have difficult jobs. Regardless of the stress they may feel, they must remain professional and ensure that the needs of their patients are met. Unfortunately, a nurse in another state was recently arrested, accused of causing a fatal child injury.
During this time of year, many people in New York and across the country have their minds on recreation. For many people, this involves loading up their boats and heading to the lake or ocean. While some people may be in a rush to arrive at their destination, those with such equipment must ensure that they properly secure their equipment. Unfortunately, police in another state claim that one man's failure to do so recently resulted in a serious child injury.
Most everyone in New York has heard the term "routine surgery." Many people have even undergone a procedure that would fall under that category. However, the word "routine" is relative -- even those procedures that are relatively minor can still carry serious complications, especially if medical care professionals make mistakes. Unfortunately, a family in another state has recently filed a lawsuit after their daughter suffered a child injury during what should have been a routine procedure.
As this year’s NFL draft comes, few people may want to discuss the topic of concussions. After all, draft night is a celebration of sorts for those entering the NFL fraternity, and a way to sell hope for the upcoming season. But as more research about concussions comes out, researchers have learned girls may be just as susceptible to the effects of traumatic brain injuries while playing amateur sports.
Many parents in New York must make difficult choices regarding the care of their children. Because they must work, many are forced to leave their children in the care of others. Parents in another state are likely questioning the care their children receive after a daycare was closed with an emergency suspension due to a child injury.
When most people in New York consider the month of March, they likely think of unpredictable weather and celebrating St. Patrick's Day. However, for many, the month of March means increased efforts to educate the general public about the potentially devastating effects of a brain injury, especially when it involves a child injury.
Parents in New York and across the country often agonize about who to entrust their children with when they are at work. Unfortunately, many parents feel additional stress when making the decision as they hear news stories of children who are injured due to mistreatment received at the hands of their caregivers. Unfortunately, one woman in another state was recently arrested after she was accused of causing a child injury.
From a young age, New York residents are often reminded to wear protective headgear and take other precautions to hopefully prevent a serious head injury. These warnings often come from concerned parents or other parties who know that an injury to the head and brain could have lasting effects. When a child injury results in this type of harm, lives could be significantly impacted.
Parents in New York often go to great lengths in order to ensure that their children are able to live the best life possible. For many, this could mean ensuring they receive proper nutrition and saving for higher education. However, it goes much deeper for others. Some parents facing the realities of a child injury to the brain often must go to great lengths in order to ensure that their children receive the necessary care to cope with and recover from such an injury.