My son who is 12 years old was at school on a regular day, when he was told to go to the principals office for absolutely no reason. As he was going the principal grabbed him, through his hand against the desk which gave him a headache and a lip laceration, pulled his fingers backwards, threw him on the ground and gave him a sprained wrist.
You will need a lawyer to represent your son; if this was a public school, you will need to file a notice of claim within 120 days of the occurrence or the claim will be forever barred. Without knowing what medical treatment he needs, the size of his medical bills and whether or not he has permanent injury, it would be pure conjecture to tell you the value of the case. Depending also on when this happened, the local news channels may be interested in this story. Consult with an experienced personal injury lawyer as soon as possible.
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