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.
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.
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.
Football players in New York and across the country often await their favorite football team's next game. Despite the popularity of the sport, additional research is placing a spotlight on the risk these players may face. This harm can even be seen in those who played as youths. In fact, allegations regarding a child injury suffered by two football players are now at the center of a court case.
Parents in New York and across the country often go to great lengths to protect their children's physical and mental well-being. Despite their best efforts however, their children may still experience a child injury to their brain due to someone else's negligence. Unfortunately, these injuries may often leave families wondering how they will afford the medical treatment their child may require for the rest of his or her life.
Parents in New York and across the country often place a great deal of thought into who will provide care for their children when they are unable to do so themselves. Unfortunately, even people who seem to have the best credentials can perform actions that could result in a child injury. Police in another state have accused a woman with assault after a child in her care suffered a head injury.
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.