MOLINE, IL – VanDerGinst Law, P.C., has filed a lawsuit seeking damage recovery on behalf of a minor client who was injured during a P.E. class that was unsupervised.
The client was tricked by two other students into performing the TikTok challenge known as “the skullbreaker”, and fell on his head and became unconscious.
The lawsuit names as defendants the students’ parents, North Scott Community School District, and the P.E. teacher employed by the district.
The lawsuit claims the students were negligent because they acted in a reckless or careless manner, failed to observe due care and precaution, and failed to act reasonably by denying the client the necessary medical attention.
Additionally, the lawsuit alleges that the teacher and the school district failed to properly supervise the students and were negligent in their duty of care to protect the client from harm.
VanDerGinst Law, P.C., is seeking compensation for its client’s medical expenses, physical pain, and mental suffering.
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