Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Three Years After Shaken Baby Death of Twin Sister, California Boy Allegedly Shaken by Teacher

A California couple has filed a claim for an alleged shaking of their 4-year-old son, the twin brother of a little girl who died after an alleged incident of shaken baby syndrome by a nanny three years ago, according to ABC's News10 website.  According to the article, Scott and Lorena Juceam claim that a teacher shook and abused their son Benjamin during a special education program last May.  Benjamin, who has been diagnosed with Down's Syndrome, was verbally abused, shaken, and thrown into a chair on multiple occasions in front of two teacher assistants, claims Scott, who also says that he and his wife found out about the abuse only after Child Protective Services had been called by another educator.  Making it especially difficult for the Juceams, the Placer County District Attorney's Office decided against pressing charges.

As a shaken baby syndrome and child injury lawyer, Chris Keane devotes his practice to representing injured and abused children, and he hopes for the full and fast recovery of young Benjamin in this incident.  If you have questions for a legal advocate for injured children or have already pursued a claim that failed to go to trial, feel free to contact Chris Keane at the Keane Law Firm.  He will provide you with the resources your child needs and consult with you for free regarding your options and unique situation.  1-888-592-KIDS.

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