In California, Ben Juceam, a four-year-old special needs child, was allegedly abused in the classroom of a Placer County special education teacher. Scott and Lorena Juceam allege the child abuse incident occurred on May 13, 2009. By way of history, Ben is the twin brother of deceased infant Hannah Rose, a victim of Shaken Baby Syndrome that succumbed to her injuries in 2006. Hannah was shaken by her nanny, Veronica Salcedo. Two criminal trials were held in that case.
The Placer County Office of Education acknowledges that a two month long investigation involving the sheriff’s department and the district attorney’s office regarding the mistreatment of a student took place in May 2009. No charges were filed in the matter and the case is closed.
The Keane Law Firm seeks to raise public awareness about child abuse, child abuse prevention and the rights of children that have been catastrophically injured. Please call the office or visit our website for a consultation.
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Attorney Christopher Keane has devoted his Bay Area practice to representing children whose lives have been irrevocably altered by abuse, neglect, injury, or death. He is a member of the San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center (SFCAPC), and is currently serving as the President on their Board of Directors. The prestigious Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory Bar Registry of Preeminent Lawyers has awarded Christopher Keane a top rating and, reflecting his dedication to professional excellence. In addition, Mr. Keane is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum Top Trial Lawyers in America, listed in the top 500 Plaintiff's attorneys in America by Lawdragon.com and as a principal member of Keane Law has acted as lead plaintiff’s lawyer on a number of successful multi-million dollar cases.