Student With Allergy Given Milk At School, Parent Claims; Chain Cohn Clark Answers Legal Questions
A mother claims her son, who is severely allergic to milk, has been repeatedly served milk at school. C.J. Rivas, a third-grade student in the Panama-Buena Vista Union School District, vomits, his throat swells, and he gets hives if he consumes milk.
Eyewitness News spoke to the Rivas family, and also to Chris Hagan, attorney with Chain | Cohn | Clark, about school policies and legal ramifications. Chain | Cohn | Clark does not represent the Rivas family.