Ewusiak & Roberts, P.A. | Christopher J. Roberts
The answer depends upon some facts that are not revealed in your question. For example, was the snake owned by the school as a pet or teaching tool? Did a teacher or administrator improperly handle the snake and put your child at risk of a bite? If you believe that your child was bitten due to the fault of the school or a specific teacher, you may have grounds to seek recovery for incidental medical expenses or other damages. I hope you child has fully recovered, and best of luck.
Answer Applies to: Florida