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If your child was injured, you may be worried how to get the funds needed to help them recover from their injuries. Your Charleston child injury attorney can answer your questions and help you seek compensation. 

Protecting your child is a big part of your responsibilities as a parent or guardian, but it’s not always easy or possible. Things can go wrong quickly, and other people, even those you once trusted, could hurt your child, intentionally or otherwise. South Carolina empowers you to file an injury claim on your child’s behalf.

But, seeking compensation for a child isn’t always easy. You may need help from a lawyer at HawkLaw, PA. We understand the laws surrounding a child injury claim and we’ll work diligently to seek justice for your family. 

Who Can Sue for a Child Injury in Charleston? 

When your child is injured in Charleston, one of the more difficult parts of the recovery process is determining the liable party. Depending on your child’s age, they could be held partly responsible for the injuries, such as in a car accident, but in many cases, the liable party is an adult who was careless with the child’s safety. 

For example, let’s say your child was playing with a toy, but a broken mechanism injured them. If the toy was defective, the manufacturer may be held responsible for the injuries your child suffered. 

If you’re unsure who’s responsible for your child’s injuries, a South Carolina child injury lawyer can help you seek compensation from the right party. 

Compensation for a Charleston Child Injury

Fortunately, your child is due compensation for all their losses, no matter their age. Although they’re not old enough to sue, you and your lawyer can serve as their legal representative. 

Just like a typical personal injury claim, you can receive compensation for both financial and non-financial damages caused by the accident. These damages should cover not just the economic impact of your child’s injury, but also the emotional and psychological effects of an injury. 

For example, your child may have suffered from serious injuries that call for long-term care. They may even need rehabilitation or household accommodations, such as wheelchair ramps or handrails. 

The emotional toll can be just as high. Your child is young, and they may be affected for the rest of their life because of the trauma, pain, and suffering they experienced. Talk to your child injury lawyer in Charleston about your options to help your child through this difficult time. 

Talk to a Charleston Child Injury Attorney

If your child has been injured by someone else’s carelessness, you and your child aren’t out of options just because your child isn’t old enough to sue. Your child, however, will need help to overcome their suffering. 

That’s where a lawyer from HawkLaw, PA can help you. Your child is vulnerable and suffering, and you need someone on your side who understands what you’re going through. We can get you and your child started with a free consultation*, during which we can discuss your options and how we can assist.

When you’re ready to speak to a Charleston child injury lawyer, reach out by calling 1-888-HAWK-LAW (429-5529) or by filling out the online form below.

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