A seventh grader from Nashville appears to have taken her own life after being repeatedly bullied at school. The 12-year old was physically hit and taunted by a group of students who had a reputation for bullying, which got so bad that the victim’s mother pulled her out of school in late October 2019. Her November 16, 2019 death has been under investigation, and her mother contends that nothing was done to stop the bullying after she spoke with school administrators. The school district said that as of the date of her death, there had been two confirmed bullying incidents at the school that year and 12 allegations documented.
If your child sustained mental or physical injuries, or took his or her own life after being bullied at school, you may be able to file a bullying lawsuit against the school board, school district, or parents of bullies responsible for inflicting harm on your child. Call 844-394-3624 to discuss your potential claim. We offer free consultations.
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