Pittsburgh Special Education Attorney
Serving Clients through the Erie, Pittsburgh, and Johnstown/Altoona Areas
Every child deserves the best chance at a successful future. That future should not be compromised because the School District refuses to comply with your child’s IEP or a hospital or bank refuses to allow you to make decisions for your adult child with intellectual disabilities. At the Law Office of Jennifer O. Price, we protect children’s rights in the classroom by holding school districts accountable when they have failed your child. We protect your rights in the courtroom by drafting the appropriate documents to ensure your child has the guardian of your choice to make informed decisions for your child. With over a decade of experience, our Pittsburgh children’s disability lawyer has the in-depth knowledge and legal insight to help you protect your loved one. If you have questions about planning for your child with special needs, call (724) 269-2966 or contact our firm online for a free consultation.
Whether you are working to create better education opportunities for your loved one or you are preparing to leave them a trust that will handle their needs after your passing, the Law Office of Jennifer O. Price is responsive and will be with you every step of the way to the end. Our firm has experience advocating for those in the disability community, and we have represented clients in school districts and courthouses in Allegheny County and the surrounding counties. The laws surrounding accommodations for special needs can be complicated. Get an advocate on your side who can help you plan effectively and give your loved ones the best chance at a prosperous future.
Attorney Price has been practicing law since 2009, beginning her career in the Allegheny County District Attorney's Office as a prosecutor. As a former juvenile prosecutor, she has seen what can happen when school districts stop relying on an IEP and start relying on the school police. Since that time, she has been committed to advocating for people with disabilities and offers trustworthy, experienced legal advice to the clients she serves.