Wednesday, July 18, 2012

In Michigan, Baby suffered from 'shaken baby syndrome' while at Mundy Township daycare, lawsuit alleges | Shaken Baby Syndrome

A lawsuit reportedly filed in Genesee Circuit Court claims that a Mundy Township daycare is responsible for severe injuries sustained by one of the children left in its care, despite an ongoing police investigation and a state investigation that turned up no violations.

Greg and Jennifer Henderson of Lennon are reportedly seeking more than $25,000 in damages after they claim their son received injuries consistent with “shaken baby syndrome” while at Honey Bear Child Care in December 2011.
According to a lawsuit reportedly filed by the couple’s attorney, Michael T. Ratton, the Hendersons were contacted by the daycare around 11:30 a.m. on Dec. 19, 2011, and were told that their child was unresponsive and was being transported to Hurley Medical Center.
The suit reportedly alleges that Hurley officials found no outward physical signs of trauma on the child but he did suffer multiple hemorrhages and seizures consistent with shaken baby syndrome.

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