Unexplained Injuries and Fractures

When Unexplained Injuries Lead To Legal Trouble

Learn about unexplained injuries and fractures in children and how Kirsch Daskas Law Group PLLC can help protect parents’ rights.

Children are prone to injury, but not all injuries have obvious explanations. When a doctor, teacher or other party notices an injury and wrongly suspects it is the result of abuse, parents may have to endure the nightmare of a Child Protective Services (CPS) investigation and possible removal of the child.

At such a critical phase of your parent-child relationship, it is important that you do everything you can to protect your bond and your rights. When the accusations are serious and the stakes are enormous, parents throughout Michigan turn to Kirsch Daskas Law Group in Bloomfield. We have extensive experience protecting the rights of parents facing criminal charges and engaged in contentious family law disputes.

How Was Your Child Injured?

An active child may suffer an injury on a playground only to get up and keep playing, leaving the diagnosis to be delayed by days or weeks. When someone discovers the injury, there is no apparent cause, leaving room for dangerous speculation. Even newborns suffer injuries during birth that may go undiagnosed for a period of time, resulting in the same problem of an unexplained fracture or other injuries.

Our attorneys are well-versed in the medical issues underlying child abuse cases and aggressively seek the facts and documentation that protect our clients’ parental rights. We understand that injuries have numerous causes, many of them unexplained, and that jumping to conclusions can destroy a family. We are here to stand by your side during this troubling time and work tirelessly to help you avoid the consequences of a criminal conviction.

Talk With An Experienced Defense Attorney Today

You don’t have to face this legal crisis alone. Our lawyers are here to help you understand your options and chart the best path going forward. To arrange a confidential consultation with one of our attorneys, call our law offices at 248-792-3060 or contact us online.