Negligence Claims Solicitors
A child’s formative years are incredibly important. Unfortunately, a school’s failure to provide adequate protection or educational care can have a long-term impact on their development, opportunities, and overall happiness.
Cases of negligence are treated with the seriousness they deserve. These are often meticulously constructed and time-consuming. If you intend to pursue a negligence case against an educational body, it is essential that you seek out the right legal counsel for your situation and the circumstances that surround the case.
Our team at IBB Law specialise in the research, support, and level of professional guidance required to make the best case possible and to pursue an outcome that is favourable to your position.
Negligence issues can range from having pupils “left behind” in the classroom, failure to provide an adequate standard of education, failing to follow-up on non-attendance or truancy, to a lack of support for special educational needs or disabilities that has resulted in lost opportunities as an adult.
One of the most important factors to consider is the collation of the evidence that forms the backbone of your case. This should be assembled before any claim is brought.
However, it is important to understand that negligence claims can prove difficult to argue. This makes it important to make an out-of-court settlement your primary aim and will often prove the quickest and most reliable way to resolve the issue in question.
If you want to learn more about our services or if you have additional questions about your situation, please contact us directly to discuss your case in confidence.
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The information given here is intended for general information purposes only and should not be taken as legal advice.
If you want to know more about how we can help with your own legal queries surrounding academic failure, please contact our education law consultant Salima Mawji on 01895 207247 or email email@example.com.