School Playground Negligence
While it might be frightening to think about our children’s teachers and supervisors as negligent, sometimes attention slips for a moment and the safety of children is put at risk. Many playground injuries among school children are preventable, but sometimes a teacher or administrator didn’t give the kids enough attention or was otherwise negligent in watching them. You might be a parent in Massachusetts who has an injured child due to negligence at school, but the attorneys of Crowe & Mulvey, LLP know that you might qualify for financial compensation to help cover the costs of treating your child.
How a Supervisor Might be Negligent
Teachers or supervisors might be found to have been negligent in a number of ways when working on or near a school’s playground. As only a few examples, negligence might consist of any of the following:
- Allowing kids to play with age-inappropriate equipment
- Allowing kids to play too roughly
- Not properly watching the kids’ activities
These actions might all constitute negligence. Such an action might give you grounds to file a personal injury lawsuit in Massachusetts, but an experienced attorney would first have to examine the particulars of your situation.
Contact a Personal Injury Attorney in Massachusetts
If you or someone you know has a child who was injured on the playground as a result of suspected negligence, then the attorneys of Crowe & Mulvey, LLP want to hear from you. You might qualify for financial compensation in a personal injury lawsuit. Learn more from us by calling our offices in Massachusetts at (617) 426-4488 today.