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Lawsuit filed after 7-year-old suffers head injury

During the summer, parents in New York and across the country often have to make important decisions about who will care for their children during the day. When they do make a decision, they put a great deal of faith into those who provide care -- which could ultimately be a variety of different people. Unfortunately, a family is now coping with the unexpected death of a 7-year-old after he suffered a head injury at a public pool in another state.

Infant not expected to recover following child injury

As most people in New York and across the country are aware, the brain is an amazing organ. Because of all the many important roles it plays, however, damage to the brain can have permanent, significant consequences. Unfortunately, officials in another state claim that an infant has suffered an irreparable child injury after being shaken by the woman who was providing care while the child's mother worked.

Long-term effects of a child injury involving the brain

The effects of many injuries can often be immediately seen. When most people think of a child injury, they likely think of something that can be controlled and treated. Unfortunately, this is not always the case for those who suffer head injuries in New York and across the country.

Student in after-school program suffers fatal child injury

Children in New York and across the country send their children to school every day trusting that they will be kept safe. Unfortunately, not all children will make it home in the same condition in which they left, while others may not be able to return at all. In fact, a young student in another state recently suffered a fatal child injury while at an elementary school.

Study raises concerns about implications of child injury

Parents in New York are often concerned about the implications of the injuries their children experience. Unfortunately, a recent study involving veterans indicates that head trauma could significantly increase the chances that a victim could experience later complications. As such, the potential lasting impacts of a child injury to the brain may now seem even more concerning.

Child injury leads to $7.1 million verdict

For many students in New York, football is a way of life. For them, their lives center around practice and games. Unfortunately, as recent news stories indicate, the sport carries many risks. In fact, a result lawsuit indicates that football can cause a serious child injury, especially if injuries aren't quickly recognized.

Mother claims drugged nurse caused child injury

New parents in New York spend a great deal of time worrying about their babies. While some of this concern is simply the anxiety of parents, some ultimately face their worst nightmare -- the hospitalization of their child. While they expect medical professionals to have the best interests of their child at heart, some patients ultimately experience a child injury as a result of negligence on the part of care providers.

Lawsuit claims child injury left boy suffering

For many young children in New York, playing Little League Baseball is a rite of passage in their childhood. They create lifelong skills and memories. Unfortunately, a recent lawsuit reveals that one child's experience playing Little League resulted in lifelong consequences due to a child injury.

Managing a child injury in New York

The brain is, in many ways, a mysterious structure. Because of its importance in the body, an injury to the brain can have severe, often unpredictable, consequences. Even what initially appears to be a relatively minor child injury could ultimately have severe, long-term implications. Victims in New York and their families are often left wondering how such an injury will manifest and the type of care that will be needed to treat it.

Child injury results in criminal charge

Many parents in New York and across the country have to work in order to support their families. As a result, parents are left to make difficult decisions about who will care for their children when they are unable to do so on their own. Unfortunately, police have recently arrested a babysitter in another state, claiming she caused a child injury to a toddler left in her care.

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