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A speeding car hit my child at a marked crosswalk. What do I do?

As a parent, one of the worst things that could happen is to witness your child getting hit by a car. It’s a nightmare scenario that no one wants to experience, but unfortunately, accidents do happen.

If your child has been hit by a speeding car at a marked crosswalk, keeping a clear head and determining what steps to take to ensure your child’s safety and well-being is crucial.

Seek medical attention for your child

If your child is conscious and able to move, move them to a safe place away from traffic. If your child is unconscious or unable to move, do not attempt to move them. Instead, wait for the emergency services to arrive. Kindly note that even if your child appears fine, seeking medical attention as soon as possible is still important. Some injuries may not be immediately visible, and it’s better to be safe than sorry. So, take your child to the nearest hospital or call for an ambulance.

Gather information about the accident

While waiting for the emergency services to arrive, gather as much information as possible about the accident. Take note of the car’s make and model, license plate number and the driver’s contact information. If there are any witnesses, get their names and contact information.

Educate yourself on possible legal options

If your child has been seriously injured and you’re willing to pursue the compensation you deserve, seek legal guidance. This way, you can more easily navigate the legal process and better ensure your rights are protected. You should look into the compensation you need to cover medical expenses so you don’t pay for your child’s treatment yourself.

Being involved in an accident where your child is the victim can be a traumatic experience. However, staying calm and advocating for your child’s wellness is important. By following these steps, you can better ensure that your child gets the help they need and that you get the compensation they deserve.