Press ReleaseCoby L. Wooten, Attorney at Law, P.C. is pleased to announce that he has been elected by his peers as Tarrant County Trial Lawyer President for 2014. Additionally, in November of 2103 Coby L. Wooten was elected by his peers as a Top Attorney for 2013 in the field of Plaintiff's Personal Injury. Mr. Wooten has been awarded this prestigious award four of the last five years.
Fort Worth Child’s Personal Injury Lawyer
An injury to a child can be especially upsetting. As parents, we work hard to keep children safe, recognizing that children are especially vulnerable because of their size and lack of sophistication. Furthermore, a serious injury to a child can have lifelong physical or emotional results. A traumatic brain injury in a child can leave the child disabled when his or her life has barely begun. As a parent myself I understand firsthand that our precious little one’s are the irreplaceable. They are the most innocent of victims and this law office works to protect that innocence.
Parents, teachers and other adults in children’s lives have a special responsibility to keep children safe. Nonetheless, there can be risks in some of children’s most common activities. For younger children, inadequate supervision or defective playground equipment can result in a child safety playground hazard injury. Broken or poorly maintained equipment can cause injuries that go beyond skinned knees, including broken bones and head injuries. Older kids and teens participating in school or organized sports activities are vulnerable to a child sports injury, which can include head injuries. A traumatic brain injury in a child can change that child’s life forever, putting an end to all the scholastic and sporting activities the child has ever known.
If your child has suffered an injury in Texas and you’d like to learn more about how I can help, please contact me online or call 800-994-1966.
In some ways, a child personal injury claim is easier than a similar claim would be for an adult. Minors, especially younger children, are considered less responsible for understanding their actions than adults would be. For example, land owners may be held responsible for allowing an “attractive nuisance” on their land that injures a trespassing child, even though adult trespassers would have almost no legal rights. The law presumes that adults participating in contact sports understand the risks, but gives adult coaches and teachers the responsibility to prevent a child sports injury or a child safety playground hazard injury.
The law office of Coby L. Wooten takes special care with child personal injury claims. In addition to the physical injuries involved,the child often sustains emotional trauma that can make school and other normal activities a struggle. I fight for the family’s right to fair compensation for these and other injuries, helping them get the care the child needs. Based in Fort Worth, I represent clients throughout the Fort Worth area and all of Texas. For a free consultation on a possible child injury lawsuit, please send me a message or call 1-888-336-3455.