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Thousands of USC Students and Alumni who’ve been sexually abused by a USC gynecologist may finally receive life-changing cash compensation, but sadly, most of them are unaware of how fast and discreet it is to apply.
A series of investigative reports in the Los Angeles Times and other media have revealed allegations of gross sexual misconduct and sexual assault on the USC campus.
For nearly 30 years, the University of Southern California’s student health clinic had one full-time gynecologist: Dr. George Tyndall. He treated tens of thousands of female students, many of them teenagers seeing a gynecologist for the first time!
The reports allege the University received numerous complaints of Tyndall’s sexually abusive behavior dating back to the early 1990s, actively and deliberately concealed Tyndall’s sexual abuse and continued to allow Tyndall to have access to young female USC students.
USC and Dr. George Tyndall Case : If you have been sexually abused by the USC gynecologist you may receive substantial cash compensation. Applying for a claim evaluation is quick, discreet, and there is absolutely no cost.
In the past 12 months, many USC Alumni have taken a stand and said ‘Enough is Enough.’ Hundreds of lawsuits have been filed on behalf of USC Students and Alumni giving women everywhere a unified voice against sexual abuse.
Some Victims Are Worried About Disclosing Their Names If They Apply For Cash Compensation
Sadly, some USC Students and Alumni will not hold the university accountable for its actions because they’re afraid of disclosing their names. This is not only not wrong, but it’s in fact, quite the opposite!
Our judicial system provides for a mechanism that allows victims to receive cash compensation in a totally confidential way and without ever disclosing their names to the public. It is about allowing victims a safe process in which to come forward, where they have control over how much they want to engage in the process and what they feel comfortable with.
Some victims of sexual abuse also fear that they will face inaction, blame, or societal retaliation. That could be disbelief or lack of acceptance from family and friends. When this fear takes place the victim is being victimized yet again. Sexual abuse should not and can not be tolerated. It breeds more wrongdoing and left unreported it leads to a general tolerance and lack of empathy.
When you apply here, you’re taking one step closer to healing and receiving the justice you deserve. You are also becoming a hero to other women, who have also experienced sexual abuse but, for one or another reason, will never receive justice.
Maybe What Happened To Me Wasn’t That Big Of A Deal
Many victims will downplay what happened to them and will try to push it to the back of their mind. Not only does this cause emotional distress over time, but this is the very reason why the school has gotten away with its doctor’s sexual abuse for so many years. And it needs to stop.
No matter how minor the harassment may seem to you, USC may still be obligated by law to pay you.
What’s even more shocking is that most USC Students and Alumni who have been abused by the UCS gynecologist simply don’t know how much money is actually owed to them, and oftentimes the amount is life changing.
Contact a Sexual Abuse Lawyer at Hyde and Swigart
Hyde and Swigart partner Joshua B. Swigart, is leading the litigation for our firm on behalf of women who suffered violence, abuse, and harassment by George Tyndall and USC. You can contact Joshua by telephone at 619.233.7770 or you can use the confidential form below. There is no charge or obligation for your outreach, and all information will be held in the strictest confidence.
When apply today for a free and 100% confidential claim evaluation, you take one step closer to healing, becoming even more empowered, and also to becoming a hero to other women who maybe went through something similar. Most importantly, you take action for yourself and your family to claim what’s yours.