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Thousands of Parents whose children have been harassed at Boy Scouts camps, Schools, and Churches may finally receive justice and compensation, but sadly, most of them are unaware of how fast and discreet it is to apply.
According to the U.S. Administration for Children & Families, nearly 700,000 children are abused in the U.S annually. Abuse happens in many different ways, but behind every type of abuse is a misuse of power and control. Unfortunately, very often children experience abuse in places whether they come to receive mentorship and education: churches, schools, Boy Scouts camps.
On April 24, 2019, a news story revealed that more than 200 individuals have come forward with new allegations of sexual abuse by members of the Boy Scouts of America in recent weeks. Many of these victims have held their secrets close for decades.
Another story published by BBC news just 2 months prior revealed that the Catholic Church has faced an avalanche of child sexual abuse accusations in the last few decades. According to the news story, in the last 50 years, more than 4,000 US Roman Catholic priests had faced sexual abuse allegations in cases involving more than 10,000 children – mostly boys.
QUICK VERSION: If your child have been sexually harassed at school, Boy Scouts camp, or a church – she/he may be entitled to compensation. Applying for a claim evaluation is quick, discreet, and there is absolutely no cost.
Sexual harassment of children in schools, Boy Scouts camps and churches should not and cannot be tolerated. It breeds more wrongdoing and, if left unchecked, it leads to an abusive and unsafe place for our children.
Some Victims Fear Exposure and Disbelief
Some children – victims of sexual abuse – fear that they will face disbelief, inaction, blame, or societal retaliation if they share their story with anyone – including their families. That could be hostility or lack of acceptance from family and friends.
Often the path to the truth starts with the parents noticing that their children are stressed and unable to complete their school work.
When this fear takes place the victim is being victimized yet again.
You need to know that speaking to an attorney about your child’s potential claim is 100% confidential.
Maybe What Happened Wasn’t That Big Of A Deal or There is Nothing I Can do About it
Some parents may downplay what happened to their children and will try to push it to the back of their mind. Not only is it a substantial violation of their children’s rights, but our inaction is the very reason why predators and institutions have gotten away with allowing this to happen to children for so many years. And this needs to stop!
The time to come forward with a claim is limited by statute. Take one step closer to holding institutions accountable and demanding justice for your children and other people who may have also suffered abuse… – Click >>HERE<< to Apply for a free and discreet claim evaluation.