When you send your children to school in the Bay Area, you expect they’ll be well-supervised. If your child comes home with an injury, something isn’t right. At Mitchell Law Firm, we have been helping families in these situations for 30 years.
As your personal injury lawyer, we represent clients dealing with:
Depending on your case, you may receive damages from the school. Other cases may require that the school or district change policies, fire employees or take other measures. With an attorney by your side, you can help to prevent these same types of injuries from happening again.
Contact Mitchell Law Firm for a free case evaluation with an experienced Bay Area injury attorney.
As was previously mentioned, the two types of situations we handle are school district issues and teacher negligence. When educators fail to supervise children properly, whether in a public school or private school setting, and the result is an injury, the school and its negligent employee should be held responsible.
Some examples include:
Your child should never be subjected to these situations. With inadequate supervision, injuries are bound to take place when dealing with young, curious and rowdy children. If injury could potentially be prevented but wasn’t, someone needs to be held accountable, and we will help you fight for compensation from the right party.
If your child was injured at school, don’t hesitate to contact Mitchell Law Firm for complete legal representation. As your school and personal injury lawyer, we don’t cut any corners. In 30 years, we have recovered millions on behalf of our clients and have established a track record of success.
Learn more about your legal options by calling (888) 483-8614 today!
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