Representing Children Who Have Been Victimized In New York
Children who have been victimized may be entitled to compensation for their losses and suffering. If your child or family member was harmed while under the care of someone legally responsible for his or her safety, call Morgan Levine Dolan, P.C. today at 212.785.5115. In a free consultation, an attorney at our law firm can review your case and discuss your legal options.
You may have only 90 days from the date of accident to file a claim.
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more than $300 million RECOVERED FOR OUR CLIENTS
Experienced Child Injury Lawyers
Organizations that are entrusted with the care of children have a legal responsibility to supervise their employees and others who come in contact with children in their care. Sadly, not every school, sleep away camp, day care provider, church, synagogue or youth group in New York exercises proper oversight, resulting in injuries, assaults or worse.
At Morgan Levine Dolan, P.C., we are strong advocates for children who have been injured by the failure of organizations to exert proper supervision. This includes children who have been harmed due to:
Proven Track Record
The attorneys at our firm have obtained multiple eight figure verdicts on behalf of children allowed to be sexually assaulted due to negligent supervision or negligent hiring of employees.
We Act Quickly
Our lawyers will act quickly to investigate the sequence of events that led to your child’s injury, and how the organization entrusted with the care of your child failed in its duty. We will also place a value on your losses and suffering, including needed medical care, psychological counseling, and pain and suffering for inclusion in your claim. Morgan Levine Dolan, P.C. will seek maximum compensation for you.
Hold Offending Parties Accountable
Nothing can turn back the clock and undo the harm your child suffered. But by taking action, Morgan Levine Dolan, P.C. can hold negligent parties responsible for their actions, seeking compensation and justice for your child.