How We Help

Discuss Your School Bullying Situation With Our Attorneys

About 20 percent of students between the ages of 12 and 18 experience bullying. The attorneys at Grant & Eisenhofer P.A. understand the serious effects that bullying can have on children. We provide compassionate and dedicated representation to children and families. If your child has suffered injuries or has died as a result of bullying, speak with our school bullying attorneys as soon as possible. We may be able to help you obtain compensation for damages suffered due to bullying.

We Can Help You Understand Your Options for a School Bullying Lawsuit

Determining which legal options are best for you and your child, if any, will depend on your unique situation. Our school bullying attorneys are here to help you understand your potential legal options. Through a free consultation, we can help determine whether you have a viable school bullying lawsuit to hold the responsible parties accountable and potentially recover compensation for damages.

During a free consultation, we can:

  • Discuss your unique situation
  • Answer your legal questions and address concerns you may have about your situation
  • Help you understand your potential legal options
  • Help determine whether you have a viable school bullying lawsuit

Types of Cases We Handle

Our attorneys handle cases involving school bullying and cyberbullying that result in injury or death. We represent families of children who have suffered from bullying at both public and private schools.

Grant & Eisenhofer P.A. takes cases nationwide and has offices located across the country, including in Wilmington, New York, Chicago, Birmingham, and San Francisco.

Call Our Attorneys to Discuss Your Potential Legal Options

Grant & Eisenhofer P.A. understands that compensation cannot undo the suffering caused by bullying. However, legal action may be able to help to hold the responsible parties accountable for your child’s damages.

Our team is here to answer your legal questions and help you understand your legal options. Call us at (844) 394-3624 or fill out our online contact form to get started.