If you are an adult survivor of child sexual abuse, you may want to pursue a claim under the Child Victims Act before the window to file a claim closes on August 13, 2021. There are a number of important reasons why you should consider hiring an attorney to assist you with your claim. However, you should not hire just any attorney. A compassionate and experienced attorney can make all the difference.
Dealing With Trauma
Pursuing a Child Victims Act claim can bring up painful and traumatic memories. You are going to need to discuss the details of the sexual abuse with your attorney so they can put together a thorough claim. This may be the first time you have discussed this situation with anyone and it will likely be a difficult experience. A compassionate attorney can make you feel comfortable and give you the space to reveal your trauma.
People who have experienced childhood sexual abuse often have significant issues with trust. An attorney who has worked with trauma victims will understand this and will work to create a relationship where the client can feel safe and secure.
Bonina & Bonina Can Help
The attorneys at Bonina & Bonina have been at the forefront of Child Victims Act litigation. They have the experience necessary to help you pursue your claim. Not only are they compassionate and caring, both partners have received training on working with trauma victims. They are here to listen to your story and help you determine the best avenue to take with your claim. At Bonina & Bonina, the attorneys are there to help and will not treat you as just another file number. They realize how difficult it can be to come forward with a child sexual abuse claim and aim to provide a safe space for you to reveal your trauma in detail. They’re here to support you throughout the process.
Contact an Experienced Child Victims Act Attorney
If you’ve been the victim of child sex abuse, you want an experienced and compassionate attorney on your side. Bonina & Bonina, P.C. has been at the forefront of Child Victims Act litigation. Contact us online or call us at 1-888-MEDLAW1 to schedule your free consultation. Home and hospital visits are available. Se habla español.