Child Sexual Abuse in Day Care

Day care providers are entrusted with the safety and well-being of your children. They — along with nannies and other child care services — are designed to give parents peace of mind during their busy days. Unfortunately, many children continue to be neglected, abused or sexually molested by the adults and even other children in their custody whose job is to keep them from harm.

If your child was sexually abused by a day care employee or at a day care center, the law offices of Eisenberg, Rothweiler, Winkler, Eisenberg & Jeck, P.C., is ready to take action on your behalf. You deserve justice and compensation for the actions of the employee or others at the center; we can help you, and we can help protect other children from suffering the same fate.
All cases are accepted on a contingency fee basis — you will not pay any fees unless we get results.


Sexual abuse does not always involve physical contact and can take many forms. Each of these forms could have a significant impact on a child’s development and future.

Common examples of child sexual abuse include:

  • Touching a child’s genital region
  • Making the child touch someone else’s genital region
  • Showing pornography to a child
  • Exposing private parts to a child
  • Forcing a child to watch or listen to sexual acts
  • Watching a child undress
  • Taking illicit photographs of a child
  • Giving or receiving stimulation
  • Intercourse

These activities could occur in day care bathrooms, isolated areas of the center or during after-hour care. As a parent, it is important to understand that what your child went through is not your fault. Sole responsibility rests with those who chose to commit a serious and unforgivable crime.


At our law firm, we have helped clients through even the most complex and difficult cases involving sexual child abuse. We are diligent and dedicated to obtaining the best outcome possible in court, yet we also devote ourselves to making sure our clients get the professional help they need.

We are ready to listen to your situation and answer any initial questions you might have. Contact our Pennsylvania law office online today, or call 215-774-3230 (toll free at 877-638-0114 ) to schedule your free initial consultation.