School District In Alaska Faces $4.5M Judgment For Negligence

Thursday, April 10th, 2014 Liability Litigation

A judge has ruled that the Anchorage School District was negligent and liable for $4.5 million in damages in a lawsuit filed by the family of a student who was severely injured after falling at his school. Superior Court Judge Sen Tan in late February also awarded an additional $180,000 to the plaintiffs for pain and suffering stemming from the 2009 fall of the 6-year-old kindergartner at Rogers Park Elementary School, the Anchorage Daily News reported. The name of the boy, identified only as N.M., was not released by the newspaper at the family’s request.


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