If you are interested in filing a civil case against your abuser and/or the organization that allowed the abuse to occur, our blog posts provide valuable information about how you can receive the compensation you need to move forward with your life. Review this information about protecting your rights as a victim, then contact our office to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation.
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Sex Crimes and Civil Cases Sexual assault is a blanket term that covers several criminal acts, including rape, sexual harassment, and child sex abuse. We hold abusers accountable.
Steps to Take After a Sexual Assault in California You do not need to immediately press charges or go to the police to begin protecting yourself after a sexual assault. Learn about the steps to take here.
What to Expect From a Sexual Assault Civil Lawsuit While a criminal conviction can send a perpetrator to prison, the survivors of abuse may have to file civil claims to get the compensation they deserve.
What Victims Need to Know About California’s Rape Shield Law California’s “rape shield” law prevents defendants from introducing irrelevant evidence in sexual assault cases. However, this statute allows many exceptions.