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The Jurewitz Law Group is Proud to Announce the Launch of its San Diego Child Injury Resource Center
This comprehensive resource center aims to provide information on several different causes of child injuries as well as legal information for parents regarding the pursuit of legal action.
Essential Child Injury Information
The new Child Injury Resource Center will provide information regarding child injuries caused by defective products, including:
• Defective strollers
• Unsafe Toys
• Crib defect injuries
• Child Car Seat Failure
A product liability claim empowers consumers to hold the manufacturers of defective products liable for the damage caused as well as obtain compensation for their child’s injuries. The comprehensive resource center will educate parents on their legal rights and options in this unfortunate set of circumstances.
In addition, another common cause of child injury is swimming pool-related accidents, and the new information center will educate parents on who can be held liable in this type of accident and the difficult road to recovery for their child. The Jurewitz Law Group aims to inform families across Southern California of some of the dangerous yet common causes of child injury as well as their legal rights in the situation as part of the firm’s commitment to helping families.
Helping San Diego Families Move Forward
In the event a child is injured in an accident, it is undeniably one of the most devastating things any parent will experience and it is difficult to know where to turn for help and what should be done next. The San Diego child injury lawyers of the Jurewitz Law Group are dedicated to helping parents get the compensation their child needs to recover to the best of their abilities and get back to the things that make being a kid so memorable. The firm’s legal team has the knowledge and skills necessary to get winning results for families and is wholly committed to providing the resources necessary for parent and child on the often challenging road to recovery.
Page Updated Last on: Dec 18, 2012