Boys will be boys…. But you can’t sue the school for it by Elliot Kay – Zenith Chambers

Posted November 19th, 2013 in appeals, children, education, news, personal injuries, school children by sally

“On 9th June 2010, Lewis Pierce, a 9 year old schoolboy at the time, was playing with his younger brother George in their school playground. There was a metal water fountain fixed to the external wall of the school which could be accessed from the playground. In the course of play George sprayed his elder brother with water from the fountain, causing Lewis to swing a punch at George. George was able to evade the punch but as a result Lewis connected with the water fountain, causing lacerations to his right thumb and damage to his tendons. Lewis made a good recovery from the injuries sustained.”

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Zenith Chambers, 28th October 2013