Danielle’s Law Violation Defense
The first time most people hear about Danielle’s Law is when they are accused of violating it. In New Jersey, this law requires staff working with people that have developmental disabilities or traumatic brain injuries to call 911 in the event of a life-threatening emergency. What exactly is a “life-threatening. emergency”, who should have called 911 and if calling 911 was better than the care that the staff member rendered are common issues that come up in Danielle’s law investigations.
If you are found to have violated Danielle’s law, you will be subject to a fine by the State of New Jersey. You may also be subject to additional civil and criminal problems. Keep in mind that anything you say or do can be used against you. Therefore, before you talk to anyone, call our team of tough, smart attorneys right away at 1-855-9-JEFLAW. Our attorneys have handled these case and we know how to defend them.