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Hamilton County was created by the Tennessee General Assembly on Oct. 25, 1819, and was named for Alexander Hamilton, the first U.S. Secretary of the Treasury. This county of 576 square miles has a population of approximately 310,000, and is home to the county seat of Chatanooga. This mid-sized city has received numerous accolades, with U.S. News & World Report naming it "One of Six Cities that Work" and Outside magazine calling it one of America's top 10 dream towns. Hamilton County residents are attracted to the county's low cost of living and absence of a state income tax, while visitors and residents alike enjoy attractions like the Rock City Gardens, Creative Discovery Museum, and Ruby Falls Caverns.
This thriving community is home to numerous renowned Hamilton County lawyers. Hamilton County lawyers are at the heart of the county's operations, and routinely deal with legal matters involving business, personal injury, real estate, wills, trusts and estates, family, and medical malpractice, as well as others.
Hamilton County lawyers were recently involved on both sides of a dispute between a local family and the Hamilton County Board of Education. The plaintiffs, parents of an autistic child attending public school, alleged that the school system failed to provide their son with a "free and appropriate public education" in the child's "least restrictive environment" as required under the U.S. Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. The plaintiffs sought reimbursement from the Board for the education that they provided their son at their own expense. An administrative law judge found violations of the act, and required partial reimbursement; however, the district court on appeal ruled no violations had occurred. The case was later appealed.
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