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Dangerous Conditions At School

Dangerous Conditions At School -  Sand Law LLC - Minnesota Personal Injury Lawyers

When Your Child’s School Creates Dangerous Conditions

Minnesota law requires schools to take reasonable precautions to keep children safe, and you have a right to believe that they will uphold this duty. When school staff or administrators create dangerous conditions and your child is injured, you can seek compensation for the pain and suffering your child experienced, the medical bills you paid and even the wages you lost while helping your child recover.

At Sand Law, our attorneys have significant experience handling child injury cases involving schools. This is extremely important if your child has been injured by a dangerous condition at his or her school. There are difficult challenges that are unique to these cases, including dealing with school bureaucracy, insurance policies and immunity issues.

A single decision or combination of unsafe circumstances could be considered a dangerous condition.

Examples of dangerous conditions that could injure you child are school include:

  • Failure to properly maintain the premises
  • Obstacle course or other gym activities
  • Failure to implement adequate safety procedures
  • Lack of CPR training in situations involving pool accidents
  • Science experiments involving hazardous materials
  • Inadequate or improperly training of staff
  • Failing to address instances of bullying
  • Insufficient number of chaperones at an event
  • Insufficient number of chaperones at an event
  • Dangerous playgrounds or playground equipment

Was Your Child Injured Due To Dangerous Conditions?

It is always better to talk to a lawyer and address the situation sooner rather than later. We can start preserving evidence and begin building your case immediately after you contact us.

Call our Woodbury, White Bear Lake, Minneapolis, or Saint Paul offices at 651-291-SAND (651-291-7263) to schedule your free initial consultation. You can also complete a form online, and we will contact you.