As the parent of a disabled child, you can advocate for your child’s student rights in terms of their educational needs and how schools handle their education. Such tools as 504 plans or individual education programs are designed to help facilitate your child’s educational needs, but when these plans or programs are not implemented, then you may be able to obtain administrative remedies to your situation through a due process hearing. This hearing can result in the school or entity being penalized for a breach of duty to your child, and you may be able to have the situation corrected in order to provide for your child’s needs in the future.
There are many various reasons why you may benefit from a due process hearing. If your school district has failed to implement an education program for your disabled child, then you may be able to also correct the situation through a due process hearing. This process is similar to a court-like review that is governed by administrative laws, and the school district will be held accountable for their actions or failure to act.
The process is also similar to a court proceeding in that you may greatly benefit from having representation as there will be examination, cross-examination, evidence, closing arguments, and other formalities.
If you are facing a due process hearing, or if your student’s rights have not been recognized, then you may greatly benefit from the representation of an attorney from our firm. We are dedicated to providing the assistance that our clients need and we understand the severity of your situation. We offer a free case evaluation so that you may obtain advice regarding your situation before making any financial commitment. Contact our firm today to discuss your situation and to learn more about how our firm can help you. Pick up the phone and dial (888) 578-2906 now!