Costa Mesa CA Child Abuse Attorney – Legal Representation Service Launched

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Case Barnett Law now offers legal representation services for children who have been victims of abuse in the Orange, Los Angeles, Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Bernardino, and Riverside counties.

Case Barnett Law, a personal injury law firm based in Costa Mesa, California, has expanded its legal services for parents whose children have been sexually or physically assaulted. The company now represents victims of molestation or violence at schools across the Orange, Los Angeles, Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Bernardino, and Riverside counties.

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With the updated service, the firm seeks to help families go through this difficult and often complicated process as smoothly as possible. Case Barnett Law has a team of dedicated experts who have worked with a variety of clients, helping them take advantage of their professional legal representation service and protecting their children’s legal rights.

The firm represents victims of sexual misconduct attending public, private, religious, and charter schools across the counties.

When taking on a child abuse case, the attorneys use all their skills and experience to make sure that those who have failed to report the suspected abuse accept full responsibility for their actions.

As required by law, all teachers, coaches, and other school members should report any instance of abusive sexual behavior, be it known or suspected. The firm works towards ensuring that the school personnel is held accountable for neglecting such cases as part of a broader move aimed at helping schools stick to their obligation to provide a secure environment for kids.

By legally pursuing a school’s failure to communicate with relevant institutions in instances of sexual or physical harassment, the firm protects every family’s right to have their children safe from harm while in school. The firm assists them in filing a case against the school and helps them arrange adequate compensation.

The firm’s mission to penalize those harming children in school comes to address the alarming number of children who have become victims of sexual abuse. According to a survey carried out by the national organization Stop Educator Sexual Abuse Misconduct & Exploitation, almost 7% of US students in grades 8-11, or 3.5 million children, have been sexually assaulted in school by someone older than them, often a teacher or coach.

Case Barnett Law states that the likelihood for children with certain types of disabilities to become victims of sexual abuse is higher than for those without them. Recently, the team represented the family of an 11-year-old girl with special needs who was assaulted by the school bus driver. The attorneys were successful in reaching a seven-figure settlement for the family in court.

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