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Injured at School in NC

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Rocky Mount Academy student Colt Brake made headlines over a year ago when his football injury damaged his spine and caused paralysis. After an out-of-state rehab program, he can move one of his arms just a little. He plays video games now with his mouth and chin through a special homemade controller.

Sports Injuries

Students at school or young children playing sports at a local athletic field or playground might become an injured victim because of someone else’s negligence. Were there not enough teachers supervising a school event? Was a playing field not properly maintained? Did broken equipment on the playground cause a child to fall? Concussions, brain damage, spinal injuries and paralysis are all potential results of a school’s failure to supervise or a park’s premises negligence.

Compensation for Injured Children

  • Sports injuries from defective equipment or lack of supervision
  • Swimming pool accidents
  • Poor facility maintenance (no handrail on stairs, cracked sidewalk, obstructions)
  • School bus accidents
  • Athletic fields with sinkholes

Raleigh Lawyers for Injured Children

If your child or one you know suffered a school sports injury, contact personal injury attorneys at Brent Adams & Associates. Our NC injury attorneys in Raleigh, Fayetteville and Dunn help injured students across the entire state as they and their families pursue compensation for medical treatment, long-term healthcare costs and pain and suffering. Personal injury and accident attorneys at Brent Adams & Associates have represented injured people throughout North Carolina for more than thirty years.

Category: Accident Attorney

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