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by Jeff Rasansky - May 13, 2013
Jeff Rasansky
Jeff Rasansky, managing partner of Rasansky Law Firm, is an aggressive Dallas personal injury lawyer with 25 years of legal experience.

According to a report in KRCR TV, the lead detective working a daycare abuse case in Chico, California, is certain that daycare abuse did occur. The allegations involve a three-year-old child who was, according to the article, inappropriately touched by a daycare worker. The article goes on to state that the daycare worker made a “virtual confession” when he claimed that the child requested the actions of which he is accused.

The man accused is facing charges of committing sexual acts on a child under the age of 10 years. Fortunately, this level of daycare abuse isn’t all that common, but that certainly doesn’t give any comfort to the parents whose children are put through this.

Finding Out

In this particular case, there was already a complaint filed that the man accused had made an inappropriate comment to a parent. In some cases, it turns out that there were warning signs that indicated that there may have been a problem at a daycare. It is, however, unfair to accuse parents and other people of not acting on these signs, as accusing someone of sexually abusing a child is a very significant charge.

When parents suspect that something is wrong with the daycare facility where they bring their child, there are actions that they can take that will result in an investigation, and that allow them to get some peace of mind.

Get Them Out

The first thing that parents need to do in a situation where they believe their children are being abused at the daycare is to get them out of that daycare. This may seem obvious, but some parents may hesitate, questioning whether they are being overly suspicious or whether they are reading something into a situation that simply does not apply.

It’s a good idea for parents to act on their instincts in these situations. After they have gotten their child out of the daycare, the parents can take further actions, such as filing complaints or talking to law enforcement about the situation and letting them know what concerns them. Law enforcement will generally take these allegations very seriously and will look into them further.

If it is discovered that a child has been the victim of daycare abuse, parents sometimes have the option of filing a lawsuit. The daycare abuse attorney will come into play after the situation has been resolved, but they can sometimes help families out in significant and meaningful ways.

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