School Abuse

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Child Abuse at School in Michigan - Christensen Law

Not every teacher and adult who works inside of a school is trustworthy. Some adults take advantage of children and their innocence. These individuals cause a variety of harm and have the potential to commit heinous acts that scar children for the rest of their lives. Unfortunately, abuse is a…

Fort Recovery High School has had a few separate instances of school abuse over the past decade. These incidents have involved the school’s basketball teams and both physical and sexual abuse on behalf of both coaches and players. Whether your child experiences abuse in the form of hazing, statutory rape, or…

Signs of child abuse can range. If you suspect that your child has been physically, verbally, or sexually abused at school by a teacher or another school employee, taking the proper measures to ensure your child is safe and the assailant pays for their behavior is essential. Although schools will try to avoid…

You send your kids to school and expect them to be reasonably safe from harm. Most people believe that schools are designed with safety in mind, but unfortunately, bad things can happen in places where you least expect them. Still, you think, “There’s no way anything will ever happen to my…

It’s a parent’s worst nightmare—child abuse. You take your child to a childcare facility, where you believe he or she will be safe and protected while you work to provide for your family. Instead, your child is abused, neglected, or otherwise mistreated. You’re enraged, but you don’t know what to…

For years, people were able to turn a blind eye to many cases of child abuse. They made all sorts of excuses: teasing and fighting are normal with kids; parents have a right to discipline their own children; schools need to be able to use any method that works to…

Abuse of children, whether physical, sexual, or psychological, is a problem that affects countless families every year. The fallout from abuse of any kind can stay with a child for the rest of his or her life. Parents often teach their children to be wary of strangers, but the perpetrator is…