Two children are playing football at a playground. One child stumbles and bumps their head on a playground structure. The parents of the injured child are suing after filing a report, 2 months after the incident. What should the defendant do in this situation? Do the parents have a case?
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ANSWER for "Kid Injured While At a Playground":
Parents may have a case depending on what caused the child to fall and if the playground's construction conformed with all codes. Defendant should notify their insurance carrier - if they haven't already. The carrier will assign a law firm to handle it.
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