Child Abuse In Day Care Centers

Parents struggle mightily with the decision to leave their children in the care of another, sacrificing time with their children in order to make a living. In doing so, they place their child in the hands of a day care center that they trust to protect their children. There may be nothing more heinous than abusing that trust.

When day care providers sexually abuse children, they need to be held accountable. At Tremont Sheldon Robinson Mahoney, we dedicate our practice to making sure the survivors of sexual abuse receive justice for what they have been through and will continue to go through.

Were you abused by a day care provider as a child? Connecticut law allows up to 30 years past the age of majority to file a claim in court.

Fighting Child Abuse In Day Care Centers

Over the years, we have been amazed at the courage of survivors who come forward to get justice. That said, we understand how difficult it can be, and know that coming forward is just the beginning. We stand by our clients, protecting their privacy as we pursue a just outcome that allows them to gain closure and move forward.

Tips For Parents

It is not enough to assume that a day care center has adequate background checks and diligent hiring practices. It is important to ask questions and to make sure you are comfortable with the day care center's procedures. There is no reason for adults at a day care center to be left alone with your child.

Attorneys Standing Up For Survivors Of Sexual Abuse In Connecticut

You have the strength to come forward and we have the resources to hold day care centers accountable. Contact our Bridgeport lawyers today for a confidential consultation.