Children are the most vulnerable members of society. Their lack of knowledge and experience makes them more susceptible to injury, and we as their parents and loved ones must do whatever we can to protect them. But what can we do when another person or a company acts negligently or wrongly and causes them harm? We must seek justice.
Cullan & Cullan is committed to representing the interests of injured children in Kansas and Missouri. Our Kansas City personal injury attorneys fight to make sure children are given the best chance at stable and fulfilling lives, even after serious injuries. As medical doctors and lawyers, and with degrees in anatomy and engineering as well as advanced accident reconstruction training, we are positioned to deliver results.
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Holding At-Fault Parties Accountable
When a child is injured, it is important to make sure they can receive the full and complete medical care, physical therapy, and ongoing treatment they need to make as complete a recovery as possible. Part of this is determining who caused the child harm and should pay for medical treatment, and more.
We represent infants, children, and young adults who have suffered harm due to:
- Medical malpractice, including birth injuries
- Traffic accidents, including car, pedestrian, and bicycle accidents
- Falls, including slip and fall accidents or falls from heights
- Swimming and boating accidents
- Defective and dangerous toys or other products
- Defective drugs and medical devices
With our legal, medical, and accident reconstruction experience, our Kansas City child injury lawyers can effectively determine fault and build a clear case to expose negligence or wrongdoing. Every step we take is made to restore a child’s life to the fullest possible extent. In pursuing civil justice for children, we also work to prevent these needless tragedies from happening to other families.
Contact Cullan & Cullan today at (816) 253-8606 to find out how we can help your child.