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Will I win my case?

Few attorneys will guarantee a successful outcome in your case because the likelihood of success in your particular case depends on a number of variables. Examples include what action has been taken by the school district, what the child’s evaluations demonstrate, the disparity between what the child needs and what the district has offered, whether the parents have cooperated throughout the process, the child’s progress, the particular impartial hearing officer, the relief being sought, etc.

A good lawyer will review your case and advise about the likelihood of success on the merits and the weaknesses and risks in your case.