Child care experts include teachers, counselors, school/organizational administrators, playground inspectors, aquatics specialists, human factors professionals, biomedical and product engineers, toxicologists, security specialists, and architects.

Our Early Childhood Experts Investigate Injuries to Children

Our experts consider the physical, emotional, social and intellectual development of young children throughout their investigations, and evaluate preventative strategies to determine the risk exposure to children in a variety of settings:

  • Early childhood centers
  • Day cares
  • Playgrounds
  • Amusement parks
  • Recreation facilities
  • Gymnastic centers
  • Camps
  • Cruise ships

Our early childhood experts are diverse and well qualified in all areas involving child injuries. Our experts include teachers, counselors, aquatics specialists, playground inspectors, school/organizational administrators, human factors professionals, biomedical and product engineers, toxicologists, security specialists, and architects.

The diverse group of experts at Robson Forensic allows for a thorough investigation, appropriate to the needs of your case. Some of the injuries investigated include orthopedic, visual, scalding, drowning, traumatic head injury, suffocation, cessation of developmental growth, learning issues, sexual abuse, toy injuries, and falls.

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