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Dale Vanwright, Teacher Faces Allegations of Sexual Assault


Dale Vanwright, 63, a former design teacher at Tanglewood Middle School in Houston Texas, is facing charges of three charges: improper relationship with a student, sexual performance by a child, and indecency with a child. Court records state he was suspended in March after being accused of kissing and hugging another 14-year-old student. Vanwright has now been terminated as a result of these new allegations.

You are not alone if this teacher has impacted you.

Can a Civil Lawsuit Help Victims Seek Justice for the Trauma They May Have Experienced By Dale Vanwright?

By initiating legal action, survivors can hold institutions that may have enabled or failed to prevent the abuse accountable for their actions. Civil suits allow victims to seek compensation for the physical, emotional, and psychological harm they have endured.

Additionally, these lawsuits contribute to raising awareness about the prevalence of sexual abuse and fostering a culture that prioritizes the safety and well-being of individuals over organizational interests. As a result, survivors gain a platform to share their experiences.  Thereby challenging the culture of silence surrounding sexual abuse and empowering others to come forward.

Can I File A Lawsuit Against the School?

Yes.  If you were a Dale Vanwright victim, you might have rights.

Andreozzi + Foote is a leading sexual abuse law firm in the nation. Contact us today to discuss your possible legal rights.

We know it can be hard to talk about these experiences. Our compassionate school sexual abuse lawyers are here to listen and provide knowledgeable legal guidance. We offer free, confidential case evaluations. Contact us 24 Hours A Day, 7 Days a week.


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