Sexual abuse is never the fault of the survivor. Our team of accessible attorneys and legal experts will investigate every nuance of your personal story and fight by your side with compassion and skill to get you the outcome you deserve. We understand the highly sensitive and personal issues associated with sexual trauma and the reluctance to come forward. If you’re ready to talk, we want to hear your story and help.
From your first call, our team takes the time to listen and learn your unique situation. We’ll walk you through the factors that will increase the value of your claim and help you mitigate risks. Above all, we help you envision a personalized path forward.
2. Connecting with your attorney
You will know within 1-2 days if our team can help. Your personal attorney and legal team will guide you through what to expect, ensuring you’re always informed about what’s going on. You will stay in control as an included member of the team working on your case.
3. Supporting documentation
Our diligent legal team will work with you to make sure all the necessary documentation is complete. This includes insurance policy details, medical records, medical and repair bills, and lost wages.
4. Formulating a winning plan
We’ll assess your case — every detail, every angle — as we fight for the outcome you deserve. We roll up our sleeves and bring an unrelenting commitment and proven track record to formulate a winning game plan, keeping you clearly informed along the way.
5. Negotiation and litigation
We are relentless in pursuing what’s right. We work with toughness and resilience as we negotiate directly with the defense to obtain the compensation you deserve. In cases that demand a court trial, our attorneys are expert personal injury litigators with the talent to maximize policy volumes and outcomes.
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