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If your child is hurt, while in the
care of one of South Carolina's public schools, the teacher,
the school, and possibly the district may all be held responsible
for your child's harm. Let's talk about two different situations.
First, what happens another student injuries your child, second,
what occurs if an employee of the school cause
harm. If another student caused the injury school most likely become liable
if it was grossly negligent in its supervision your child,
or the aggressor. For example, if the teacher leaves the class
unsupervised, to take a personal phone call, and while they are alone, a student attacks a child,
the teacher and the school may be found grossly negligent.
Sadly, children often suffer harm,
not only at the hands of other students, but also their teachers.
When such incidents occur, the school and district must answer for the indefensible acts
of their employee. Childhood injuries
often result in mental anguish, embarrassment, lost enjoyment of life,
not to mention physical pain. If your child has been harmed at school,
your family is not alone. Call me today and find out how we can help