This study outlines that child abuse often happens knowingly or unknowingly. It can happen at home, in schools, or in child care units. Improper child care and the subsequent injuries are the major cause for children in the United States. Most of the mothers in United States, who are binge drinkers, refrain from their responsibilities of giving proper care to their child. They will keep their infants in child care agencies before going for their work or other leisure activities. As per one of the studies conducted in United States, children of mothers who were problem drinkers were 2.1 times more likely to have had various types of serious injuries than children of mothers who did not drink, and children with two parents who were problem drinkers were 2.7 times more likely to have been injured. On the other hand, most of the care givers are also addicted to alcohol or drugs which prevented the children from getting proper care from there also. In the given case study, it is evident that the child suffered injuries like fractures from the child care unit because of the lack of care received by the child. “Injury is the leading cause of death for children and has been linked to caregiver drinking. Screening and brief intervention for risky drinking has been successful in adult trauma centers but has not been evaluated in caregivers of pediatric trauma patients”.