If you are a working parent, you've probably made plans in the event that your child is injured or gets sick while at the baby sitter, school or camp. But, do you have a plan if you are seriously injured in a Boca Raton car accident while your child is in someone else's care? How will you know that your child is being cared for?
If you are injured in a Florida car crash:
- Who will pick up your child?
- Who will take care of your child?
- Where will your child stay?
- What will happen to your child if you must stay in the hospital for a long period of time?
- Who will comfort your child?
If you don't make any plans, your child's school or caregiver may be required to turn your child over to social services. Can you imagine how upsetting this could be for a child who is worried about an injured parent? To avoid this situation, Boca Raton accident lawyer David Glatthorn suggests a family emergency plan. There are instructions in the previous blog post, "How to Create a Family Emergency Plan for a Boca Raton Car Crash."
You can't focus on getting well if you are worried about your child, and you can't focus on getting well if you are worried about medical bills. If you are injured in a Florida car accident and need help dealing with the insurance company, contact Boca Raton accident injury attorney David Glatthorn at 866-413-5525. The initial consultation is free.
For more tips about what to do after a Florida accident, request a free copy of David Glatthorn's book, The Florida Accident Workbook: Tools, Tips & Tactics to Resolve Your Injury Claim.