Daycare Injury Litigation
Assessing Claims, Proving Causation and Foreseeability, Navigating Complex Valuation and Settlement Issues
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide guidance to personal injury counsel for pursuing claims against daycare centers over injuries to children in their care. The panel will discuss effective strategies for assessing a potential claim and sources of recovery, proving causation and foreseeability, valuing claims, dealing with signed releases or waivers, and negotiating potential settlements with insurance companies.
- Assessing cases
- Interviewing clients
- Evaluating sources of recovery
- Proving liability
- Theories of liability
- Impact of signed release forms
- Valuing claims
- Negotiating settlements with insurance companies
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What are the legal and practical considerations for personal injury attorneys pursuing claims involving injury to a child in daycare?
- How can personal injury plaintiff counsel prove causation and foreseeability in daycare injury cases?
- What challenges do personal injury counsel face in valuing daycare injury claims—and how can they be overcome?
- What defenses are often raised in these cases—and how can personal injury plaintiff counsel defeat them?
Jess Johnson, Esq.
Pate & Johnson
Mr. Johnson’s personal injury practice encompasses both trial and appellate work. He is currently involved... | Read More
Mr. Johnson’s personal injury practice encompasses both trial and appellate work. He is currently involved in several serious claims relating to injuries to children that have occurred at daycare or other supervised learning centers. Mr. Johnson is experienced in investigating these claims, filing lawsuits when necessary, and helping clients and their children recover from their injuries.Close
Keane Law Firm
Mr. Keane’s practice is focused on the representation of injured, abused and deceased children. He has practiced... | Read More
Mr. Keane’s practice is focused on the representation of injured, abused and deceased children. He has practiced exclusively as a plaintiff’s trial lawyer since 1992 and frequently represents clients in daycare injury, wrongful death, failure to report child abuse, and foster care matters.Close