News Reports Tell Us Which States Have Most Daycare Abuse
Abuse is something that breaks so many people’s hearts. Although it is not acceptable, abuse still happens. Daycare abuse has been in the spotlight lately and seems to happen more than ever before. Every state has children and adults that are abused while in daycare. The abuse ranges from neglect all the way to mental, physical, and sexual abuse. There are a few states that seem to appear consistently in various reports. We do not know why these states show up consistently. What we do know is that we are interested in helping you find a solution. Here are states that have high levels of abuse reported: Kentucky, Oklahoma, Texas, Missouri, and Alabama
What To Look For
If you have a child or adult ward in daycare that is showing signs of fear do not ignore the warnings. Daycare abuse can happen to anybody that is in daycare. Some of the most visible signs you will find are bruising on various parts of the body. They are often small and shaped like fingerprints. Another sign that often happens with sexual abuse (particularly in children) is that they will be touching themselves in their private areas and say it hurts. If you ask about it they may shut up or change the subject. Fear is the most universal symptom of every type of abuse. It is very easy to distinguish the differences between shyness and fear. If you would like more information on daycare abuse contact us immediately. We will take time to talk with you and help.
What We Will Do
It is difficult to step in and prevent abuse. When a child or adult is victim to daycare abuse they are often afraid to speak about it. That is why it is so important to have professional law firms like us be the voice for the victim. We want to help children who have been victims of daycare abuse recover and heal.
At Rasansky Law Firm, we evaluate or initiate police investigations. In addition, our Dallas daycare abuse attorneys conduct thorough research to find what went wrong and bring your family closure. We work with you personally to help compensate your loved ones.