Legal Remedies for Sexual Abuse Victims

Every year, millions of men, women, and children across the United States experience some sort of sexual abuse or harassment. Criminal laws in our country are designed to hold wrongdoers accountable for their unlawful conduct by forcing them into prison, requiring them to register as sex offenders, and requiring perpetrators to pay substantial files.  Although…

Filing a Civil Lawsuit against Your Abuser

Approximately 27% of women and 12% of men have experienced some form of unwanted sexual contact at some point in their life. These alarming numbers demonstrate just how big a problem sexual abuse is in our country. Approximately 80% of abused children suffer from depression, anxiety, posttraumatic stress disorder, or other types of psychiatric disorder.…

Uber’s Safety Report Sheds Light on Sexual Misconduct in Today’s Gig Economy

Uber, the American-based, multinational, peer-to-peer, ridesharing service, was recently put on blast after the disclosure of their much-anticipated 2018 safety report. The report unearthed more than 3,000 reports of sexual misconduct throughout the year in the United States alone. Out of the company’s 1.3 billion rideshares last year, 235 rapes were reported. The multi-billion-dollar conglomerate…

Statute of Limitation Revival Laws

The Rise of Statute of Limitation Revival Laws Statute of Limitation Revival Laws create what are referred to as “lookback windows”. These allow those whose statute of limitations for civil claims have expired to file suit against their perpetrator, or the organization that allowed the abuse to happen. One of the most prominent examples of…