Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Recent Parent Comments Regarding Michelle Ball And Successful Resolutions Of School Matters

By Michelle Ball, California Education Attorney for Students since 1995

Occasionally my clients take their very valuable time and write what we call "Success Stories."  These are little descriptions or comments about their education matter and my involvement.  I have recently been blessed with several coming in all at once and wanted to simply pass them on: two on expulsions and two on transfers.  It has been my pleasure to be involved in these matters and to help the students involved!

"I would highly recommend Michelle Ball for cases involving education!  My child was expelled for bringing a small pocket knife to school.  Even though we were not contesting the fact he brought the pocket knife, we were definitely concerned that our District Office wanted to expel him for a whole year.  This is a kid that has great grades, active in school and community activities, never missed a day of school and never had any previous blemishes on his school record.  I felt the School District office was strong arming me into signing a stipulated expulsion that had no written conditions attached.  I didn't know where else to turn.  I had called half a dozen attorneys that would give me advice and I ended up selecting Michelle after reading testimonials on her website.  I knew right away she was the right attorney to handle our case!  Michelle was able to get our child schoolwork and graded while she worked this out with the School District and also got him back into his own school by the start of the next quarter.  I would never have been able to do it without her.  Michelle is knowledgeable and reliable.  She kept me informed and she gave me hope.  We are grateful we found her!" -- SS

"Back in CA & not a moment to soon...
After an entire decade of school districts in both California and Arizona discriminating against my behaviorally challenged and learning disabled student, Michelle Ball put them in their place quick! We were facing expulsion, yet she was able to stop this just in time, even on short notice. Instead of showing up to a meeting and being told how my son's future was "over" the entire administrative staff and educators present in a taped meeting did a complete 360 degree turnaround, staying nearly silent throughout the ordeal, only to say that they'd decided to keep my son enrolled and try better to make sure they had followed procedures for next time. Michelle did this with one email, which the principal received that morning! Now, I will say, that the former principal is unfortunately the new Superintendent of our district, but they aren't messing with ME anymore! My only regret is not calling Michelle 10 years ago, before my son was allowed special ed status. Our ordeal has been a literal nightmare up until this point, but things have certainly improved & I feel like a champion! Thanks so much...." - KC in CA at last.


"Michelle got us on track.  Michelle’s knowledge of school district policies was invaluable in our effort to secure an inter-district transfer for our daughter.  She provided a clear, concise argument for our case and kept us focused on facts that the school district would have to acknowledge.  We ultimately prevailed in securing a transfer, and our daughter is thriving in her new environment.  Thanks Michelle for all the hard work!"
– KH and CH

"Michelle helped us to successfully change a denied interdistrict transfer to approved.  She is knowledgeable, reasonable, detailed, and a great communicator to have in your corner.  I would absolutely hire Michelle again and recommend her to anyone needing educational representation."  - LC

THANK YOU!!!!!!!!  It was my honor to be involved helping these students! 

Please note: these testimonials or endorsements do not constitute a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of a legal matter.

[This communication may be considered a communication/solicitation for services]

Best,
Michelle Ball
Education Law Attorney
LAW OFFICE OF MICHELLE BALL
717 K Street, Suite 228
Sacramento, CA 95814
Phone: 916-444-9064
Fax: 916-444-1209
Email: help@edlaw4students.com


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3 comments:

  1. Are there any Educational Lawyers you can recommend in Southern California? I filed a grievance with one of the universities on faculty misconduct about the coordinator for my university. He fabricated evidence, lied, and has made disparaging comments about me to cover up for the misconduct of a teacher that I was student teaching at (who later abused her authority to fail me).

    At this point, the university has sufficient evidence to follow through but hasn't and won't since they are liable.

    It's been like this for six months. I've met with a few lawyers who told me that the statue of limitations for a case like this are about six months. I filed my complaint last August, so that means at the end of February this scumbag university could get away with covering up this misconduct. This affects my future with the university.

    My case is solid and I can prove the wrong doing very easily-I even got my hands on the Administrative manual used by the university and gave the specific university violations this man has committed along with concrete examples of them in his own statement.

    I managed to raise about $4000 for an attorney, but the attorney's I've talked so far are all greedy and do not want to work with me even though my future depends on it.

    Please help !!!

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  2. I filed a grievance with one of the universities on faculty misconduct about the coordinator for my university. Houston personal injury

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  3. You'll need to file what's called a Tort claim. They are easy to do, but you MUST file with the time period.That's how most Educational lawyers fight the school system.

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