Special needs children are at high risk for abuse in the classroom and beyond. For years, Ben Salango and Salango Law, PLLC have fought for autistic and special needs children in the courtroom and in the Legislature. The cases handled by Salango Law, PLLC have resulted in substantial changes in West Virginia law, including:
- Cameras in self-contained classrooms;
- Penalties for emotional abuse of a special needs child; and
- More serious criminal penalties for abuse of non-verbal children.
At Salango Law, PLLC, we take allegations of abuse of special needs children seriously. We have recovered millions of dollars for abuse victims. Schedule a free consultation with our experienced school abuse lawyers today by clicking here or calling (304) 342-0512.
Why Choose Salango Law, PLLC?
For over 20 years, Salango Law, PLLC has successfully represented children in abuse claims. Our compassionate and trustworthy child abuse lawyers have recovered millions for our clients. If your child has suffered abuse at school, Attorney Ben Salango and his powerful team will fight for your right to accountability.
What is considered abuse of a special needs child?
Certain conduct by teachers, aides, coaches, administrators, and staff may be considered abuse, including:
- Physical abuse;
- Being rough with children;
- Emotional abuse;
- Taunting and mocking;
- Withholding food as punishment;
- Lengthy time-outs;
- Yelling, screaming and intimidating special needs children;
- Sex abuse;
- Sexual harassment;
If you suspect your special needs child has been subjected to abuse, call Salango Law, PLLC today at 304-342-0512.
We can be your child’s voice.
For years, we have stood up for special needs children and their families. Our compassionate team of special needs abuse attorneys is here to represent your child’s best interests. Reach out and call Salango Law, PLLC today for a free and confidential consultation. Contact our Salango Law, PLLC, today to discuss your options online or by calling (304) 342-0512.