My child got into somekind of medicine at the day care and vomit it up. They were not really harmed, and seem fine now. We did not take them to the doctor. There was a big concern that something might be wrong, but they are fine. The employee involved said it was not their medicine but was still terminated from the daycare.
Assuming that you have had your child checked out, unfortunately a lawsuit would probably not bring you any compensation as there apparently was no injury to your child. You could hire a lawyer to bring a claim against the day care's insurer and they might pay something in the way of nuisance value.
While it appears that the day care center was negligent in letting your child ingest some type of medication, you say that your child seems “fine”. You should take your child to the doctor immediately for examination to rule out any injury. You have no medical records to support the poisoning, nor does it appear your child was injured at all.
Unfortunately, without any injury you have no negligence case.
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