Sexual Abuse

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Sexual Abuse

What is Sexual Abuse?

Sexual abuse refers to any non-consensual or exploitative sexual act or behavior imposed on an individual without their consent or understanding. It involves the violation of a person’s boundaries, dignity, and autonomy through various forms of sexual misconduct. Sexual abuse can occur in different settings, including interpersonal relationships, institutions, workplaces, or within the context of caregiving or professional services.

Aspects of Sexual Abuse

  1. Lack of consent: Sexual abuse involves engaging in sexual activities or contact without obtaining the explicit and voluntary consent of all parties involved. Consent should be freely given, enthusiastic, and informed, and individuals should have the capacity to give consent.
    2. Power imbalance: Sexual abuse often occurs within a power dynamic where one person holds authority, influence, or control over the other person. This power imbalance can be exploited to manipulate, coerce, or force the victim into unwanted sexual acts. 
    3. Emotional and psychological impact: Sexual abuse can have profound emotional and psychological consequences on survivors, including feelings of shame, guilt, fear, anger, confusion, and low self-esteem. It can lead to long-term psychological trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, anxiety disorders, or other mental health issues.
    4. Legal and ethical implications: Sexual abuse is not only a violation of personal boundaries but also a violation of laws and ethical standards. It is considered a serious criminal offense in many jurisdictions, and perpetrators can face legal consequences, including imprisonment and registration as sex offenders.
    5. Support and healing: Survivors of sexual abuse may require comprehensive support, including medical care, counseling, therapy, and access to support networks. Advocacy organizations, helplines, and specialized professionals are available to provide assistance, resources, and guidance to survivors.

Examples of Sexual Abuse

Sexual abuse can take various forms, including but not limited to:

  • Rape: Non-consensual sexual intercourse or penetration.
  • Sexual assault: Any non-consensual sexual act, which may involve touching, groping, or forcing the victim to perform sexual acts.
  • Fondling or molestation: Inappropriate touching of intimate body parts without consent.
  • Sexual harassment: Unwanted sexual advances, comments, or behavior that creates a hostile or intimidating environment.
  • Child sexual abuse: Involves any sexual activity with a child, including touching, grooming, exploitation, or child pornography.
  • Sexual exploitation: Manipulating or coercing someone for sexual purposes, such as through prostitution, human trafficking, or pornography.

What is The Role of the Attorney?

When it comes to the legal process involving sexual abuse cases, the attorney is to provide legal representation and support to survivors of sexual abuse. The specific steps and procedures may vary depending on the jurisdiction and circumstances of the case, but here is a general overview of how a sexual abuse attorney typically handles these cases:

Our Working Process

1. Planning The Case

The initial consultation is to evaluate the claim, establish what evidence exists, establish damages, and determine whether to pursue a legal remedy. 

2. Investigate and Evaluate

If determined that there is a case to pursue, the law firm will begin its investigations, identity and talk to witnesses and experts, gather all pertinent information, and prepare the case files. 

Pretrial the attorney may elect to contact the defendant’s representatives to discuss a mutually agreed pretrial settlement. 

3. File The Case To The Court

If a settlement agreeable to both parties cannit be reached, the firm will then file the lawsuit and proceeded to trial. 


You certainly will have questions, but here are just a few of the most frequently asked questions. 

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What about out-of-pocket fees?

We are an injury law firm that engages soley in contingency compensation (33.3% except for medical malpractice) so you will never have to advance out of pocket expenses or costs. 

Who will work on my case?

An attorney with a success record in the area of your injury case. 

Does it matter how long I wait to file a lawsuit?

Yes, there is a statute of limitations to legal claims. Contact us to discuss futher about your particular claim(s).

How much can I expect to win?

There is no way to -- and we don't -- offer pre-evaluation projections. There is simply no way predict a legal award outcomes with a deep eveualtion of the circumstances, evidence, injury sustained, and damages sought. 

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