Q: Looking for a tort attorney with experience in public entities lawsuits
Disabled child abused at a charter school, school is ignoring it with bias investigation, and haven't reported it to outside agencies
A: A California attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Don't lose further time awaiting a reply. Just reach out to tort law firms. They'll let you know whether or not they would handle such a case, after you discuss it in more detail. You're losing valuable time awaiting a response because some entities involve short notice of claim requirements, which could sometimes be in the order of days (time to formally initiate a claim). I don't know whether your situation entails such notice elements, but you should determine that without further delay. Law firms you contact should be able to advise you on that. You could search for law firms on your own, you could use the tab above "Find-a-Lawyer," and you could check with the State Bar of California for their attorney referral resources. I hope your child is okay. Good luck
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