Fighting for victims
of sexual abuse or assault.
If you’ve been a victim of sexual abuse, you may be eligible to take legal action against the assailant or those who may have contributed to your injury. This can be done through a civil lawsuit, regardless of the outcome of any criminal court case. You can file a suit against the person who caused harm or against those who were negligent, like employers who didn’t properly screen the individuals they hired and put you at risk.
Keep in mind, the criminal justice system targets criminals and does not provide compensation for victims. Civil justice, on the other hand, is centered on compensating individuals who have been injured by the actions of others. You don’t need to prove a crime was committed, just that harm was done and compensation is deserved.
We can assist you in this process.
$450,000 settlement for surgical patient who had a sponge left in abdomen following a procedure
$425,000 settlement for rehabilitation hospital patient who suffered from bedsores
$325,000 settlement for rehabilitation hospital patient injured by his oxygen tubing
*Disclaimer: Past results do not guarantee or predict similar outcomes in future cases.