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There are 80,000 cases of sexual abuse that are reported every year and the number of the unreported cases are much greater. Sexual predators come in all forms and they usually already know the victim. It stems from an abuse of power. It is an egregious violation of trust. When this type of incident occurs with children, shame and confusion can be overwhelming and result in the victim not reporting the sex abuse.  An attempt to forget the ordeal happens frequently.  This often leads the victim into a gradual self-destructive behavior,  further abusive relationships, and an inability to trust family and friends.

At Hollingsworth and Mumen, we understand the fragile sensitive yet horrible situation. Laws have come a long way in recent decades to empower child sexual abuse victims in order to implicate their abusers and pursue legal damages from the organizations that harbor them. Take action right away and let us bring justice to you and your loved ones. See contact us

If you have been a victim of sexual abuse
  • Remember: It is NOT your fault. Only the offender is to blame for his or her actions.
  • You should report the assault to the police.  
  • It might be scary to seek help by yourself. Talk to someone you trust that is an adult. If you keep this secret to yourself, your friends and family can’t be there to support you.
  • You should go to a hospital or health clinic to make sure you’re physically okay.
  • Don’t hesitate to talk to a counselor who specializes in this.. What you have been through is quite traumatizing and seeking professional help can assist you in dealing with any feelings or effects you may be experiencing.
  • If you think you have been sexually assaulted but you are not sure, call Kids' Help Phone at 1-800-668-6868 for help. They are anonymous, certified counselors and will give you an answer, as well as a list of resources to go to for help.  You should speak to the police and an attorney, they are held to Client/Attorney confidentiality and your information should stay private.

Sources of compensation for sexual abuse injuries/losses
  • Individuals
  • Employers/Company owners
  • Negligence
  • Government, counties, cities, districts
  • Insurance companies
  • Lost wages if you take time off form your job, sick leave to recover from injuries either emotional or physical, we may be able to get compensation for this time away from work.
  • Pain and suffering
  • Medical and therapy expenses
  • Impairment of earning capacity
  • Vocational rehabilitation