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Child Injured at School: Should You Sue?

By Daniel Taylor, Esq. on January 12, 2015 10:43 AM

For parents or guardians of children, an injury suffered at school is certainly cause for alarm.

But whether or not a child's injury should lead to a personal injury lawsuit may depend on a number of different factors. One of the most important factors is, of course, the type and severity of the injury suffered by your child. When an injury does not result in the need for medical treatment or create lasting physical or emotional harm, it may be difficult to recover damages in a lawsuit.

What else should you know when deciding whether to file a lawsuit for a school injury? Here are a few points to consider:

Learn more about injury lawsuits at FindLaw's section on Torts and Personal Injuries.

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