Defending Against Civil Claims and Lawsuits for Compensation for Childhood Sexual Abuse

A person who can prove she or he has been sexually abused is entitled to be compensated with money. To get that compensation the person can file a suit against the abuser. A jury or judge will then decide, after a trial, both whether the abuse happened and, if the decision is that it did happen, how much the abuser must pay. A person accused in such a claim can defend on the basis that they did not abuse the claimant or that the claimant is demanding more than fair compensation. A person who can prove she or he has been sexually abused is entitled to be compensated with money. To learn more about this topic, enter your email below and we'll send you a link to our white paper.

 

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