It Doesn't Matter What You Do As a Teacher
By On The Edge on June 04, 2014
As I have written before, all you have to do is exist to get yourself named in a civil lawsuit. Anything can be alleged, and unless the complaint violates some technicality, it isn't going to get thrown out by a judge, let alone be disregarded by a jury. That's because of the requirement that there must be a pre-trial mediation or settlement conference to discuss financial payouts to plaintiffs.If lawyers were halfway honest about civil suits and teachers, they wouldn't write a 10,000-word piece of bullshit like this lawyer did putting the onus on teachers when in fact they know good and well teachers don't have to do anything wrong to get named in a civil action. . . .