You Put Your Child's Life in the Hands of a PCA
Personal care assistants (PCA) are the saviors of millions of American families with children who face physical and emotional challenges. Parents who otherwise would remain tied to the constant personal care of their child for many years can contribute in the workplace and at home, while the PCA handles the child's daily needs.
Most PCAs are required to have special training and the vast majority of them take their jobs seriously. Unfortunately, many are also underqualified or unlicensed and neglect their responsibilities or engage in harmful acts of physical or sexual assault or emotional abuse.
If you suspect that your child suffered an injury at the hands of a PCA or group home supervisor, seek legal help immediately. Do not trust the system to take care of the problem. After all, PCAs and group home staff are part of the system.
We are one of the nation's most successful personal injury litigation firms. We have recovered more than $1 billion in settlements and verdicts on behalf of our clients since 1984.
Kansas City Group Home Abuse Attorneys
Humphrey, Farrington & McClain has earned a national reputation for providing aggressive, effective legal representation for families with both young and adult children injured while under the care of a PCA or group home.
Our attorneys represent clients and their families in all group home and PCA negligence claims, including:
- Sexual abuse, sexual assault
- Mental and emotional assault
- Injuries during transportation and restraint
- Injuries resulting from wandering off, failure to supervise
- Prescription errors, failure to administer medication
- Injuries and illness from improper diet, malnutrition
We are committed to the highest level of personalized attention for our clients, while we fight aggressively to stop the abuse and recover maximum money damages for the injuries and harm caused.
Contact us online or call 888-353-0491 to arrange a free consultation with one of our group home abuse lawyers. We represent clients throughout Kansas and Missouri, including those in Wichita, Columbia, Springfield and Overland Park.