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Animal sanctuary helps children who suffered personal injury

When a person is seriously injured, the physical and mental suffering can last for a very long time. Some victims may never make a full recovery. When a young child suffers a personal injury, he or she may require special care. West Virginia parents may feel saddened or overwhelmed at the thought that their child may never have a "normal" life. 

A special animal sanctuary hopes to change the way children who have suffered a serious injury or permanent disability are able to interact with the world around them. The sanctuary caters to children who are suffering from a physical or mental injury, making the animal exhibits accessible to children of all levels of ability. However, that isn't the only thing that sets the sanctuary apart from other attractions. 

All of the animals at the sanctuary have been rescued or taken in because they also require special care. Many of the animals also suffer from disabilities or the effects of previous injuries. The goal is to make these children feel as comfortable as possible and teach them that being different does not mean they cannot live a full and happy life with proper care. 

If a child suffered a serious personal injury at the hands of another party, parents or legal caregivers may want to take legal action against the party at fault. In West Virginia, a compassionate attorney can help a client file a civil case against the party at fault. A favorable verdict may result in a monetary award that can help families pay for things like home modifications, appropriate therapies or activities, or special education that can help improve the quality of life for an injured child. 

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