If you or a family member has been the victim of molestation, sexual assault or rape, you may be currently involved in the criminal case against the perpetrator which is the first step in the healing process to deal with this traumatic event. The second step in the healing process is seeking monetary compensation from the individual / organization. The third step is obtaining specialized therapy, which is usually extremely expensive. The Lassen Law Firm, child molestation attorneys,
represents only the victims of child molestation, sexual abuse, sexual assault and rape, with respect to seeking compensation from the perpetrator and his employer. A civil lawsuit against the perpetrator and his employer is possible even if the perpetrator was never charged criminally, or was acquitted in a criminal trial.
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Child molestation always has long-lasting effects on the victim and the victim's family. Getting compensation is a critical factor in the pursuit of justice. The majority of cases do not need to go to trial, and can be settled confidentially without having to relive the traumatic event.
If you or a family member has been the victim of child molestation, you will may feel helpless. It is hard enough for victims and their families to deal with the physical and emotional trauma and recovery, let alone the fact that the molestation may have been prevented.
We are skilled Philadelphia child molestation attorneys who will aggressively fight for maximum recovery of damages throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. You can rely on our confidentiality and expertise with respect to helping you obtain the justice you deserve.
The statute of limitations for child abuse cases in PA is twelve years from the age of majority (age 18) thus you are supposed to file before age thirty. However, there are plenty of ways to get around the statute of limitations problem, thus, you can still get compensation if you have the right lawyer.
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Authored by: Christian Lassen