If you were sexually assaulted as a child or adult, you may be eligible for financial compensation without filing a lawsuit or being questioned by lawyers or others representing the harming organization or persons. Inquiries are confidential and private.
Sexual Abuse Claims We Cover
You May Not Have To Wait Years
Over the past several years, many organizations have had members accused of sexual assault, including the Boy Scouts of America, the Catholic Church, the Southern Baptist Church and schools. At James F. Humphreys & Associates, L.C. we know the toll sexual abuse can take on someone and will work to obtain financial compensation for their trauma.
Victims of abuse by Catholic Priests may be eligible to file a claim through the Independent Reconciliation Compensation Program, which allows them to seek financial compensation for their trauma without filing a lawsuit. The program is headed by Ken Fineberg. James Humphreys can assist you with the process for the reconciliation program where you don’t have to wait years and you don’t have to file a lawsuit or testify in court or be a part of publicity. You can receive a settlement if you wish through a private program.
Several states have changed their statute of limitations to allow victims to seek justice. Those states include New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, California, Minnesota, Delaware and Hawaii.
Sexual Abuse Claims
Abuse is physically and emotionally traumatic and can have long-term effects. In the past few years, thousands of victims have come forward alleging that they were abused by authority figures when they were children. Claims have been made against Catholic priests and deacons, troop leaders at the Boy Scouts of America, pastors among Southern Baptists, other religious organizations, schools and other organizations. James F. Humphreys & Associates, L.C. offers legal help for those who suffered sexual abuse as a child by the following:
• Catholic Clergy Abuse
• Boy Scouts of America
• Foster Care
• Jehovah’s Witnesses
• Any religious organization
• After-school child care facilities
• Recreational facilities
• Public and private schools
• Summer camps
As more claims of abuse have been made across the country, many states and jurisdictions have worked on legislation to adjust their statute-of-limitations for survivors, allowing them to seek compensation. In February 2019, for example, New York State passed the Child Victims Act, giving victims the chance to seek justice and hold their abusers accountable for their actions. Other states are following suit with similar laws.
If you or a loved one suffered sexual abuse, you may be eligible for financial compensation. Contact us today for a free consultation.
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To find more information on sexual abuse and to learn how to get help, visit RAINN.