Our firm has become a leader in bullying cases and receives calls from around the country. We are happy to provide helpful information to our community.
East Meadow, NY (PRWEB) December 09, 2014
The Long Island personal injury firm of Goldstein and Bashner has published a free resource—to complement their frequently downloaded free report Fighting Back: A Legal Guide for Parents of Bullied Children—that provides the full list of Long Island school contacts for bullying issues.
“Bullying has become a huge concern for parents and everyone that works with kids on Long Island,” says partner Neal Goldstein. “What some people don’t know is that every school in New York is now mandated to have a staff member trained and designated to handle all bullying incidents. This requirement is part of Dignity for All Students Act, and covers any incident that occurs in the school building; on school property outside, including athletic fields, playgrounds, and parking lots; on school buses and other vehicles; and at any school-sponsored event or activity.”
“Our firm has become a leader in bullying cases and receives calls from around the country. We are happy to provide helpful information to our community. While compiling this list, we were unfortunately not too surprised to learn how difficult it was to get the contact names, phone numbers, and emails directly from the schools. Many schools do not freely post this information on their website, as they are supposed to do, and don’t make it easy for callers looking for this information.”
Goldstein and Bashner invites parents, pediatric specialists, educators and media personnel to email us at info(at)eglaw(dot)com or visit Longislandbullyreport.com to request the report or a specific school's contact.
About Goldstein and Bashner
Goldstein and Bashner is a Long Island personal injury firm. Partners Neal Goldstein and Robert Bashner have been practicing law for more than 25 years, concentrating on personal injury matters including bullying cases and school incidents, slip and fall injuries, car accidents, and assaults. For more information, as well as numerous informative articles, blogs and free reports, visit eglaw.com.