San Mateo Child Injury Lawyers

Accidents where children are injured are traumatic and heartbreaking. As a parent, you would do anything in your power to make sure that your child is protected. Unfortunately, accidents do occur. When your child has suffered a serious injury, it is important to make sure that he or she is well taken care of. At Anderlini & McSweeney LLP, we are attuned to the emotions surrounding child injuries. We will fight to get your child full and fair compensation.

If your child has suffered a serious injury, contact a child injury attorney online or call 650-212-0001 to schedule a free initial consultation with one of our dedicated personal injury attorneys.

Diligent Representation for a Wide Variety of Child Injury Cases

At the law firm of Anderlini & McSweeney LLP, we provide diligent representation for child injuries resulting from:

  • Auto accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Bicycle accidents
  • Poorly maintained buildings and businesses
  • Sports injuries

Child injury cases may take a lot of time and can be more complex than other personal injury issues. It is important to remain patient to give the child time to stabilize and recover from his or her injuries. It is also important to remember that this is the child’s claim. Instead of seeking a lump sum settlement, we will try to get a structured settlement so the child receives occasional payments throughout the length of the settlement.

Children and Sports Injuries

Injuries often occur during sporting events. Oftentimes this is nothing more than an unfortunate byproduct of a somewhat risky activity. However, if the adults in charge of the activity have increased the risk of injury, there may be a basis for recovery. Adults may fail to adequately supervise the children or the playing field may be negligently maintained. Our experienced San Mateo personal injury lawyers can review your case and let you know if you may be eligible for compensation.

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