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Sexual abuse occurs when there is undesired sexual behavior by one person upon another, this is also referred to as molestation. It often happens by taking advantage or using force on another. When force is of short duration or immediate, or infrequent it is called sexual assault.
In recent years there have been many sexual abuse allegations against teachers, professors, administrators, coaches, members of the Catholic Church, and others in a position of power within organizations and intuitions. For example…
Schools & Universities: The University of Michigan (UM) is gathering complaints from former students who were sexually assaulted by Dr. Robert Anderson, a physician employed by UM from 1968 until 2003. More than 100 reports from former student-patients allege that Dr. Anderson engaged in sexual abuse during the time he was employed by UM. There has also been a lawsuit filed recently against the New York School for the Deaf alleging that dorm supervisor Joseph Casucci sexually abused them between 1964 and 1975. There have been recent accusations against a former assistant principal at a high school in New York, leading universities including Yale, Dartmouth, and Ohio State University; and so on and so on.
Catholic Church & non-Catholic clergy: More than 18,000 survivors have come forward with their stories of sexual abuse at the hands of US Catholic Church clergy. So far dioceses and religious orders have been forced to pay settlements totaling more than $3 billion. In August 2018, a Pennsylvania grand jury released a report detailing the widespread cover-up of child sexual abuse across six Catholic dioceses: Allentown, Erie, Greensburg, Harrisburg, Pittsburgh, and Scranton. There have also been half a dozen lawsuits filed recently against the Roman Catholic Diocese of San Diego accusing now-deceased clergy of sexually abusing 20 men and women decades ago. Lawsuits are being filed by clergy sexual abuse victims in the states of California, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania to name a few.
Regrettably, a majority of sexual abuse victims do not report their offenders for a variety of reasons. Sexual abuse survivors are also often reluctant to discuss their abuse – even years later.
Signs of sexual abuse can manifest in numerous ways. Victims of this type of abuse could be experiencing physical pain, or are could be upset about something, and will likely express it in some way. Some sexual predators may also impose their will on those who lack the ability to communicate, such as children, or try to convince the victim that the behavior is normal. Signs that may indicate that abuse has occurred include, but are not limited to:
Lawsuits are currently being filed by sexual abuse victims across the entire United States.
Also, in 2019 the state of New York passed the Child Victim’s act allowing survivors who were sexually assaulted while a student by a sexual predator teacher, principal, coach, guidance counselor, band leader, or any other school employee, can now seek justice, closure, and potential financial compensation. For a limited time this new law provides a “revival window” for victims to go back to any point in their lives, no matter how many years ago it occurred, and bring a potential legal case now.
If you or a loved one have been sexually abused as a minor by someone in a position of power at a school, university, hospital, church, or other institution; you may be eligible for financial compensation for your pain and suffering. Don’t suffer in silence. Speak up! Fill out a no-cost claim review to see if you are eligible to receive compensation. – complete the free and easy claim review form today.