I am not sure exactly what your question is as one has not been asked. I would suggest contacting a personal injury lawyer in your local area should you decide to go forward with the matter. There is usually a short period of time to file a complaint against a governmental entity that you should be aware of. Most personal injury attorneys will provide a free consultation. I am sorry about your injuries and hope you will get better soon. Good luck.
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That is not the meaning of no-fault. Consult a personal injury attorney to evaluate your claim but you should be aware schools are government owned and thus subject to protection under sovereign immunity. This would limit your recovery and also add steps to follow before recovery but your attorney will know how to handle.
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I'm not sure they meant that "no fault insurance" applies, they probably meant that they felt that the school has no fault and therefore the liability insurance will not pay out on your claim. At this point you will need to speak to a good Washington personal injury lawyer to investigate the area, determine whether there is a dangerous condition, and advise you on how to proceed.
The school may have coverage that pays up to a certain amount for medical bills for persons injured on the premises. As for the issue of fault, it is not particularly clear that school has fault. There has be a defect of some sort, or that it was not built to code. You should consult with a personal injury attorney that understands premises liability.
The school most likely said they were not at fault, or had immunity from a school immunity statute. However, simply call a local personal injury lawyer to investigate.
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