My daughter was injured September 2012 during a volleyball game at school and was put in a boot cast. The following week leaving volletball practice (she was just sitting watching her team), she fell stepping off the curb and injured her other ankle.
As a result of her injuries she had to have both the ligaments reconstructed in both ankles.
Do we have any recourse in receiving back money for what it cost us in out of pocket expenses for the surgeries? Our insurance had a very high deductible and coins. Please advise.
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Public schools largely enjoy immunity from personal injury lawsuits unless they result from a motorized vehicle accident.