Washington DC Lawyer for Victims of Bullying

Schoolchildren of all types, in Washington, D.C., and throughout the United States, often become prey to bullying. Many students, especially between the ages of 12 and 18, are experiencing this type of treatment. Bullying can be split into many different types, but in most cases, can have a lasting impact on the victims.

At Fay Law Group, P.A., we have seen all too often how this type of behavior can lead to negative emotional responses and even physical issues with the victim. For this reason, we have fully devoted ourselves to protecting the legal rights of our clients.

If your child has been a victim of this, regardless of the type, you should not hesitate to contact a personal injury attorney from our firm. We know the intricate nature of these types of cases and will do everything that we can to fight for just compensation.

Experienced Maryland Bullying at School Lawyer

For starters, bullying can be split into the number of bullies that are targeting a victim. In elementary schools, it has been found that the most prominent form of bullying is that of one-on-one bullying; however, once the students age toward high school, pack bullying becomes more of the standard. This type of bullying can have on many different forms, but typically, this is over a longer period of time than individual bullying.

Bullying is split again into the two different modes of bullying — physical and emotional. Physical bullying is basically what it sounds like, the physical violence that can be inflicted upon a victim. This includes fist-fighting, pushing, tripping a victim and even spitting objects toward him or her. Even the threat of physical violence would fall under this category. Emotional bullying is a little more subtle and includes name-calling, insults and teasing. It can be used to exclude the victim or to degrade him or her in other ways.

Contact a Washington DC Lawyer for the Victims of Bullying

Call us at 202-644-8854 or toll free 800-522-2715, or contact us by e-mail to arrange a free consultation. We handle all cases on a contingency fee basis — no attorneys' fees unless we help you recover money damages in a settlement or jury verdict.