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School district settles teacher abuse case for $2.75 Million

The Orange Unified School District has reportedly agreed to pay a $2.75-million settlement to the families of six special education children who were allegedly abused by a teacher at Taft Elementary School in Orange, according to lawyers for the families.

Among other things, teacher Daniel Ryan Lentini, allegedly threw a ball in the face of a girl with autism, stood on the back of another child with spinal deformities and dragged a student with a leg brace around the classroom.

State and Federal laws guarantee your child’s safety from “curb to curb”. Refer to ADAMS ESQ’s blog of October 24, 2013 on “School Injuries: What Every Parent Needs to Know”, written by attorney Inga Sanders., if you believe your child is being abused at school.

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