Phil McGee, a teacher for Seattle Public Schools from approximately 1994 through 2006, is a convicted sex offender and it is believed that there are many victims of this perpetrator who have yet to come forward. Washington Law Center represents scores of victims of sexual abuse and has filed multi-million dollar claims on behalf of those abused and molested by Phil McGee. Although each case must be evaluated on its own merits and there is no guarantee of compensation, Washington Law Center is looking to provide both closure and compensation for those who have been victimized by Phil McGee.
If you or someone you know attended either B.F. Day Elementary or Rainier View Elementary between 1994 and 2006, please call our attorneys for a free consultation. Ashton K. Dennis, a partner at Washington Law Center, has recently submitted a $5 million dollar claim against Seattle Public Schools on behalf of one of McGeeâ€™s victims. Ashton will provide you with a free consultation and, case permitting, help professionally guide you to an outcome that will provide you with the retribution you deserve while keeping your information and story confidential. Â
Phil McGee was a P.E. (Physical Education) teacher at both schools, B.F. Day Elementary School and Rainier View Elementary School, for the Seattle Public Schools. Public documents show that very early into his career, there were concerns about McGeeâ€™s questionable behavior with students. Despite the fact that these issues were documented, the Seattle Public Schools permitted McGee to have unsupervised contact with students during school and even after school hours.
During his tenure as a teacher at both schools, McGee coached an all-girls dance team called the â€śHighlighters,â€ť as well as an after-school ballroom dance class. While coaching and supervising these extracurricular activities, McGee made costumes for his students and gave them rides home.
It has been proven that McGee molested children during the time he was a teacher at B.F. Day Elementary and Rainier View Elementary. McGee plead guilty to child molestation charges and was sentenced to prison. He died in November of 2009.
If you have any information related to the case against Phil McGee or think that you may have been subject to questionable behavior from Phil McGee, it is in your best interest to contact the experienced attorneys at Washington Law Center today.
To date, there have been in excess of $10 million dollars worth of claims filed against the Seattle Public Schools. Each case is evaluated based on its own merits; however, Washington Law Center has recently filed a claim on behalf of one victim for $5 million dollars. Â
You have the right to a jury trial but we have found that Seattle Public Schools are anxious to resolve these McGee claims short of any formal trial. Â You as the victim have the choice on whether to negotiate for an expedited settlement or have your story told to a jury with our experienced team.
Washington Law Centerâ€™s aptitude for handling not only abuse cases, but cases of this magnitude make them a clear choice for victims of Phil McGee. Our firm is actively engaged in this legal fight with Seattle Public Schools and will continue to fight for each and every victim. Although no amount of money can turn back the clock, attorney Ashton Dennis has represented a number of victims of abuse and neglect and recovered millions of dollars to help them secure both closure and compensation for what theyâ€™ve experienced.
While each case is different, and there is no guarantee of recovery, it is believed that the Seattle Public Schools has settled these claims short of trial for substantial sums. It is estimated the Seattle Public Schools has paid millions of dollars in claims due to the failure in oversight of Phil McGee.
Itâ€™s important for you to know that our attorneys will be compassionate in the handling of your case. Our team of Washington abuse lawyers are prepared to provide a voice to you or a loved one. We understand that this can be a very difficult time for you and your family. We will discuss your options with next steps you can take at no charge to you. Washington Law Center also has a no-fee promise. If we do not win your case, you donâ€™t pay any attorney fees.
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