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Education Law Firms California - Our special education law firm work as a team on every case.

Education Law Firms California - Our special education law firm work as a team on every case. We believe it’s important to approach all cases as a team to encourage an encompassing approach where nothing is overlooked. Call (858) 433-1060

Our team has had personal experiences with the injustices of the special education system, making us uniquely qualified and especially empathetic to our clients. We understand the struggle, and it drives our passion to do everything in our power to protect the rights of children with special needs.

How We’re Different

Aggressive

We are known for being an aggressive special education law firm willing to take cases as far as necessary to protect the rights of children. We are one of the handful of law firms in California to argue before the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.

Devoted

Our special education law firm is devoted to our clients because our firm has attorneys who have had personal experiences with the deficiencies of the special education system.

Team Approach

Many special education law firms assign one attorney to a case. We believe it’s important to approach all cases as a team to encourage an encompassing approach where nothing is overlooked.

The Storey Behind the Passion

For me, the path to becoming a special education attorney was straight forward. I vividly remember my family’s frustration with my brother’s education. He is a year younger than I and is diagnosed with cerebral palsy (“CP”), a group of neurological disorders that effect movement. CP, like many disabilities, is abroad spectrum.

Some are able to move with relative ease, for others all movement may be virtually paralyzed, bound to a chair and require constant supervision for life. I suppose fortunately, my brothers is more the former. At one point, I recall my mother arguing with the school principal about my brother being placed in a room by himself with only a television.

He must have been in the 2nd or 3rd grade, and apparently this had been going on for over a month with no notification to my parents. The principal told my mom the school did not have the ability to support my brother, and the room with a television was all they could do. My parents, not knowing they may have had other options, moved my brother to a private school.

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