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Can I file a claim or a lawsuit for hazing?

This depends on the State Laws. In most States, individuals or organizations engaging in fraternity or sorority hazing can be subject to fines and charged with a criminal offense. If a student is injured in a hazing incident, a claim or a lawsuit can be filed against the responsible individuals. This allows the victim to obtain compensation for the damages and injuries sustained during the hazing. In addition, civil tort claims for hazing can be held against a school, faculty, coaches, and other individuals responsible if they allow hazing to occur or failed to take appropriate steps to prevent it.

Fraternity hazing claim/ lawsuit