Abuse & Neglect of Special Needs Children in Florida
The Maher Law Firm: Protecting the Well-Being of Children
Being one of the most vulnerable members of our society, children often
fall prey to abuse and neglect. This is especially true for children with
special needs. Children with special needs are often unable to vocalize
that they are being abused by a caregiver or aide. If you believe that
your special needs child has suffered
abuse or neglect in a hospital or medical center, you should act quickly in order to seek justice and file
a personal injury lawsuit. When faced with a disheartening and sensitive situation of this nature,
you need to turn to a law firm that you can trust. You need to turn to
The Maher Law Firm.
We have handled the following kinds of abuse and neglect cases:
- Sexual abuse
- Emotional abuse
- Physical abuse
Get the answers to your questions during an initial consultation.
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For the past four decades, our firm has become known for delivering client-focused
services to our clients in Orlando, FL. Unlike other law firms that quickly
choose to settle a case, our firm does not hesitate to take a case to
trial if we believe it will lead to a more favorable outcome. We are proud
to have been named among the Best Lawyers "Best Law Firms" by
U.S. News. Our dedication and relentlessness has translated into the recovery
of billions of dollars in compensation for our clients.
Should you hire us to handle your case, you can expect the following:
- Passionate advocacy from an established law firm
- Step-by-step guidance throughout the development of your case
Questions? Call Our Orlando Personal Injury Attorneys at (855) 338-0720.
Whether the neglect has taken place at a special needs facility or at a
special needs school, we will carefully investigate all the details and
gather any evidence we discover. When it comes to handling special needs
abuses cases, our legal team takes our role very seriously.
For more information about our services, please call us today.