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Signs that Your Child Is Being Abused by a Care Giver

Many parents choose to employ the services of a nanny or daycare when they have to work or attend other events. When a parent chooses to do this, they are entrusting care providers with something extremely precious to them – the well-being of their child. As such, child care providers have a responsibility to provide the best care possible to the children they are responsible for. Unfortunately, there are care providers who not only neglect to provide the care a parent expects, but also go so far as to severely neglect or abuse the children in their care.

There are few things worse to imagine than your child being abused by a trusted party such as a nanny or daycare employee. If you believe your child is being abused or traumatically neglected, the Fort Lauderdale injury lawyers of Winston Law Firm, want to help. Contact us at 954-475-9666 to find out how we can help you pursue justice today.

Signs of Possible Abuse

Without resorting to extreme measures, it is often hard to discover when a care provider is being abusive. However, there are signs that point to possible abuse that your child may exhibit, including:

  • Extreme and consistent resistance to going to daycare
  • Depression or withdrawal
  • Abnormal eating or sleeping habits
  • Weight loss
  • Unexplained bruises, cuts, or other injuries

If you notice any of the above signs, it is possible that your child is being abused and you may want to not only investigate further, but also employ the services of a qualified attorney who can help protect your family’s interests.

Contact Us

The Fort Lauderdale injury attorneys of Winston Law Firm, believe no child should be subjected to the trauma caused by a care provider’s abuse. Call 954-475-9666 to speak with a compassionate lawyer who is devoted to helping you fight for compensation for the damages done to your child and your family.