Child Protective Services Lawsuits

It should come as no surprise that minors who are in the dependency system can bring lawsuits for any injuries or damages they sustain as a result of someone else’s negligent acts, abuse or omissions. The fact that they are in the dependency system should not, and does not, prevent them from seeking redress.

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These cases become a bit more complicated if the liable party is the county itself. When minors are declared dependents of the juvenile court, the county is given care and custody of them. Their parents often lose legal rights to the children, including the right to bring a lawsuit on their child’s behalf. If the county then fails to protect them from dangerous situations (such as placing them in a home with a known sexual predator), these children still have a constitutional right to seek redress for their harm.




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Further Reading:

Read about how our rejection of a negligent contractor’s lowball settlement offer forced them to pay almost $2 million during trial.
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Read about how we obtained the fourth million-dollar jury verdict in a personal injury case in California history.
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Our expertise is reflected in an article that Roger Booth wrote for the 2006 issue of the Advocate, the publication of the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles.
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Plaintiff Magazine published an article by our own Lawrence Booth titled "Heavy Machinery in Construction and Industry" in December, 2010. This article explains the dangerous and largely unregulated world of killer machines.
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View full list of our Settlements and Verdicts in Construction Site Accident cases