Q: My 3.5 old grandson has a speech delay and is autistic in 6 months he had 3 head injuries in school what can I do
My grandson had for the third time a lump on his forehead after school on Wednesday April 27th I did approach the teacher and ask her what happened her answer she is not aware of the head injury I'm not sure if he was left unattended or if he fell,hit or was pushed my grandson don't communicate lately he is resistant to go to school he don't want to go with the teacher's today his main teacher told me my grandson bit another kid I told the teacher my grandson don't bite or hit her answer today was the first time he did it
my grandson wear a mask to school
She didn't like that I asked her how my grandson get all these injuries Im not sure if the classroom has cameras the second head injury was a really big lump on his forehead he had it for almost 3 weeks black and blue he was he was brought in to a walk in clinic
A: I'm very sorry for your grandson's injuries. I hope he is okay. You could reach out to attorneys to try to arrange a consult. If this is something you wish to explore further, the faster you move, the better. If there is video evidence, some devices do not retain data very long. Further, depending on the type of entity and whether it is public, there could be notice of claim requirements, which can be short - in the order of days. Therefore, it would be advisable to move quickly to determine if these would apply. Only a medical professional is qualified to address your grandson's care, but it is common knowledge that if you have concerns about the black and blue marks, there are facilities through pediatrician referrals that have more powerful diagnostic capabilities than a walk-in medical center. I hope your grandson is okay and has a healthy recovery from this incident. Good luck
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