Any form of sexual contact that occurs without the full, capable consent of two adults is sexual assault. Sadly, cases like this are still all too common, as the recent spotlight on sexual assault shows.
Victims of sexual abuse and assault can experience tragic and long-lasting emotional, mental and physical effects long after the abuse has occurred.
They often find themselves in need of medical care for the physical and mental distress they’ve faced, along with a financial burden due to medical expenses and the potential loss of wages due to missing work.
Then there is the legal battle to defend their claim and get the help they deserve.
Examples of sexual assault include, but are not limited to:
Statistically, women are more likely to be victims of sexual assault (9 in 10 victims of sexual assault are female). However, anyone can be the victim of sexual assault and sexual abuse, including women, men, children, teenagers, and seniors.
Sadly, most cases of sexual assault are perpetrated by someone the victim knows, such as a friend, babysitter, teacher, or colleague, to name a few.
Sexual assault can happen where we feel safe, such as:
If you or a loved one has been the victim of sexual assault, our attorneys are here to offer caring, compassionate legal representation through this incredibly difficult period.
We take pride in treating our clients with the kindness and dedication we would give to our own family. We’ve fought and won for clients all over the country, and we won’t stop until we get you the justice you deserve. YOU ARE NOT ALONE. Need help? Contact Giroux Amburn today.
“Our firm takes great pride in helping the victims of sexual abuse and their families through extremely trying times. Our goal is to uncover the truth, seek justice for the victims and make sure it won’t happen again to someone else in the future,”
Evan Pappas, Attorney at Giroux Amburn.
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