I never had the chance to do somthing then and wanted to know if there was anything I could do now?
What does "never had the chance to do something then" mean? In any event, if the http://attorney-in-murrieta.com/more-information/personal-injury/ incident in question happened while your son was in school, then we can reasonably assume he was at least five years old at the time. Even if we assume that, under the laws of the unidentified state where this incident occurred, he could have successfully taken legal action when he reached the age of majority, he has been a legal adult for somewhere between six and nine years, so no, it is way too late.
I want to have justice against the school in which was hell for him to pay for almost kikking my son.
Sorry, but this rings awfully hollow. The time to do something about this was two decades ago. As far as not having time, you mentioned the child's father but then said you were a "single mother." Not sure how those two things reconcile, but being a "single mother" doesn't mean that the father couldn't have done something about this. Moreoever, all you really would have needed to do was have a consultation with a personal injury lawyer. It's not as though you'd have handled any lawsuit yourself. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://boards.answers.findlaw.com/index.php/topic/229589-accident-injury/