I don't see a question unless you are asking if you can sue DFCS. IF that's the case, I'm not certain what you're saying. Apparently DFCS took your daughter absed on an allegation and after investigating returned your daughter with bruises, etc..? If you're looking for your rights and options, you probably should speak to a personal injury attorney on your child's behalf. Most of them work on a contingency basis and will speak with you for free.
This is not intended to be legal advice or create an attorney-client relationship. If more information is needed, you should consult with an attorney in your state regarding the specifics of your situation and the options available to you.
It is possible there could be a claim against DFACS and/or the medical doctor, depending upon the facts of your situation and the reasonableness of the actions taken by DFACS in response to allegations of abuse. We would need to know several pieces of information to evaluate the claim, including: was there a probable cause hearing; if so, what was the outcome; how long were you separated from your child; did DFACS continue to deprive you of custody of your child after learning of facts that explained the injuries? These are just a few of the questions at issue.
Once a governmental agency gets involved on the child's behalf, your rights are limited. In most states, the agency enjoys broad immunity from legal action from a parent (even when the allegations of abuse are later deemed false). However, you may want legal guidance on what to do next to best achieve the return of your child. I'd recommend retaining a local family law attorney. Good luck.
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