My question involves an injury that occurred in the state of: Texas My son took my 2 year old grandchild to swim lessons at a new swim school in Austin. My son was asked to wait in the parent waiting area. My grandson has severe allergies, and was given m&m's.after his swim lesson and ate them with the children. Thanks to my son's quick actions, While driving home he noticed he was looking red and swollen.. He drove straight to the emergency room in a panic, not knowing about the M & M's....until my older grandson informed him they were offered M&M's which he refused because he is also allergic.
At the hospital he was administered 2 epipens and a very long emergency visit. My son was beside himself and can't understand why they would give a 2 year old M & M's.
None of us have ever gone to a lawyer, and don't even know what type of lawyer to call, or if he should call a lawyer?
Any advice would be appreciated. My grandson will be ok, although we haven't looked at the side effects of the epipen. He definitely won't be going back there to swim. He will go where his older brother has gone for the past 2 years.
I hope someone here will be able to fill in the blanks, we are all grateful he's alive,
Thank You in advance