Cases against schools are tough, as most states have school immunity statutes, but call a local personal injury lawyer to discuss.Ask a similar question
Contact a personal injury lawyer near you to handle this case. There are short municipal notice periods so don't wait. Good luckAsk a similar question
There are MANY reasons why someone "slips and falls."
Could be school's fault; could be your son's fault; or
it could be a third-party's fault --- a schoolmate pushing
or bumping you son. You need to discuss this with a
local attorney to try to "get the facts." Good luck!
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You may face a difficult problem getting past Michigan's law on governmental immunity. There is a 180 day limit to give notice of any possible lawsuit, so you do need to act fast to find out if you have a valid case. You will probably have to prove that the school's conduct was intentional or was in reckless disregard of the safety of students, which is a difficult hurdle to get around.Ask a similar question
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