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Family Wins Lawsuit Against Jefferson County School

Family Wins Lawsuit Against Jefferson County School

Recently, a Missouri family was awarded almost $2 million after their son was injured at school. According to a representative of the Jefferson County Public schools, the school was ordered to pay $1.75 million to a student and his family after the boy was injured by school officials in November of 2014. According to the documents, the 16-year-old boy’s legs were both broken when a Binet staff member used a physical restraint. The physical restraint technique is known as a cradle assist, and often used by school officials. Binet School serves children with learning and other disabilities.

St. Louis personal injury attorneys at Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC, are dedicated to helping victims recover fair compensation for their injuries. Our St. Louis personal injury attorneys are particularly passionate when it comes to cases of children who have been injured as a result of another person's negligence or misconduct. Children have a right to a safe and secure environment, especially at school. If your child has been hurt in an accident at school, you need St. Louis’ best personal injury attorneys at Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC. You and your child stand to recover fair financial compensation that covers damages wholly and completely, such as your child's medical bills as well as other suffering and emotional distress. We know how to get the results you deserve to help your child properly heal and move forward with their life. Do not hesitate to contact Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC and let us help you take legal action against the school where your child's accident took place.

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