I was sent to collections and was going over my contract to see if it said they could add charges for rules they didn't inform me about. And i can't across the food allergy list. I put on there my son couldn't have milk, i even told them he has stomach issues. The owner said without a DR note they would continue giving it to him.
This was one of the few reasons i got fed up and left without notice but i spaced it. I remember all the times my son would be crying because he was thirsty and he would tell me they said he had to have milk it nothing. When i mentioned it to the front desk that's when i was informed about the DR note. There was multiple times i was called to pick my son up because he wasn't feeling very good. He was curled over stomach pain for so long.
I took him to the hospital they didn't know what was wrong.I didn't even think about the fact they would tell him it was milk or nothing i have records of these visits. He was dehydrated even though he drank at home. But because his stomach pains he wasn't drinking as much. Is there a law against a daycare forcing something a parent informed them would happen and it did happen, but they continued?
Your question falls more into a personal injury than a health care matter. I don't know much about Utah law pertaining to day-care providers. However, as a rule, if someone owes another person a duty of care but fails to reasonably exercise that care leading to the other person suffering harm or injury, the person harmed has a claim against the person whose action or failure to act caused the harm.
It sounds like this rule might apply to your situation. If your child suffered and you paid medical expenses to help him get better, you may want to meet with an attorney to see if you can recover for your loss.
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