No. Case often resolve without filing in court. When we do go to court, most states in the U.S. allow survivors to be addressed as “John Doe” or “Jane Doe''. In this case where there are multiple survivors, the names would be excluded and replaced by “Jane Doe 1, Jane Doe 2, etc.” Your confidentiality is also protected through Attorney-Client Privilege.
Yes. Survivors do not pay any attorney fees up front. Attorneys only get paid if they are successful in bringing your case to resolution.
Not likely. Many states allow survivors of sexual abuse to bring their claims years and even decades after abuse occurred. Other states, like New Mexico, are considering bills to increase or remove the statute of limitations on childhood sex abuse.
The civil court only requires having enough evidence to prove the abuse more than likely occurred. This means you do not have to offer any other proof if you don’t have any. Your statement alone is often enough. However, if you have letters, medical records, photos, or other records, those will strengthen your case.
Several renowned private institutions across the US have come under scrutiny due to high-profile cases of sexual abuse and assault, drawing attention to the widespread abuse within these establishments. The persistence of sexual abuse and misconduct presents ongoing challenges, fueling demands for transparency and accountability from administrators and staff. Advocates are calling for enhanced prevention strategies and potential government oversight. This issue underscores the urgent need for increased transparency, stricter accountability, and more effective preventive measures to ensure the safety and well-being of all individuals involved.
Our team prioritizes providing empathetic legal representation to our clients by implementing a trauma-informed approach. This method encompasses several fundamental principles that ensure survivors are treated with respect, dignity, and a sense of control during their legal process. By emphasizing these values, our goal is to establish a nurturing atmosphere that encourages client empowerment and fosters a solid foundation of trust and mutual understanding between the attorney and the client. We aim to create a harmonious partnership between our team and the survivor, focusing on:
Our team recognizes the importance of making every client feel understood and heard. We represent individuals from diverse backgrounds and industries, knowing that injustice can affect people from all walks of life. Our primary mission is to support the healing process for survivors by guiding them through the legal process
Acting empowers survivors to regain control of their lives by holding the perpetrator, and any other responsible parties, accountable for their wrongdoings. Our dedicated and compassionate team fights tenaciously for justice on behalf of each claimant, always with sensitivity and unwavering commitment.
Choose to act and embark on a transformative journey towards healing, empowerment, and justice. With our support, you can find the strength to reclaim your power and build a brighter future, knowing that your voice has been heard and your story has made a difference.
Please don't suffer in silence. Contact us today to learn more about your legal options and how we can help you seek justice and recovery. – complete the free and easy claim review form today.