Negligence claims can be brought against schools and/or local authorities for failure to provide suitable education to the students in their care.
This will include for example a failure to diagnose dyslexia or some other condition which with the right help could have been addressed and a better outcome for the student would have resulted.
The claim is usually for psychological harm leading to consequential losses. Proving the harm and any consequential loss is very difficult, not least because the impact of the negligence is often not realised until after the student has completed education.
This is why Attwaters Jameson Hill’s Education Law solicitors are here.
We pledge to provide every client with outstanding personal service and communication, unrivalled industry knowledge and a proven track record of successfully representing clients regarding claims of Negligence against schools and local authorities.
How do we achieve this?
Cases of negligence are brought by way of litigation in the courts. Our Education Law specialists support and represent the claimant in demonstrating proof of their case, often calling upon independent expert evidence to do so.
Obtaining clear, high quality legal advice as soon as possible will ensure the correct issues can be identified and appropriate representations made.