Bullying Lawsuits Against Schools
Stop School Bullying: Call Levinson Axelrod!
For many school-age children, bullying is an extremely real and painful part of life. The National Association of African American Studies (NAAAS) and Affiliates published research showing that 25% of students in the United States are regularly bullied. That is one in four students who are scared to go to school, who face online harassment, who deal with crippling criticism and battle intense fear, anxiety, and dread. These emotions and anxieties get in the way of their happiness, their development, and their education. That is why our firm is here to take a stand.
Benefits of Taking Legal Action
If your child has been subjected to bullying online or at school, it may be time to speak with a lawyer. Our New Jersey personal injury attorneys at Levinson Axelrod, P.A. have been able to help students of all ages and backgrounds obtain legal help for the harm inflicted upon them by school bullies. Obtaining financial compensation for your child’s bullying can have several positive effects for your child.
These benefits include the following:
- Providing real support for your child. Your child could benefit greatly from seeing you standing up for their rights. As justice is pursued in a measureable way, your child will be reminded that they are valuable, and that they have a voice.
- Protecting other children from similar abuse. Set a precedent in your community by taking a stand against school bullying.
- Restoring your family’s peace of mind. Knowing that you can take action against a cruel bully is empowering. Restore peace of mind to your family by talking to a lawyer about your case.
How Do I Know if My Child Is Being Bullied?
There are different types of bullying, including:
- Sexual harassment
- Online targeting
- Discrimination based on race, disability, appearance, or religious beliefs
- Physical abuse
It’s important to know the signs of bullying so you can protect your child. Does your child constantly complain of headaches, stomachaches, difficulty sleeping, or other signs of stress and anxiety? Does your child have injuries that he / she cannot explain? Is your child constantly “losing” money or other possessions? Is your child’s academic performance suffering? Does your child seem to show an abnormal fear of school or desire to stay home from school?
Discuss your case with a free consultation at Levinson Axelrod, P.A. There is no reason to hesitate: We can look at your case free of charge and help you determine if you have legal grounds to pursue action.