Childhood Sexual Abuse
Abusers: your time is up.
Boucher LLP represents individuals who have suffered sexual abuse in childhood to ensure that both the perpetrators of the abuse and the institutions that permitted the abuse to occur are held accountable for their wrongdoing. We do our best to protect our clients through the legal process. Our legal team has the skills and resources necessary to recover the maximum compensation for victims.
Childhood sexual abuse is devastating. It may be perpetrated by a stranger, but far too often, these acts are carried out by a trusted adult, such as a teacher, clergy member, or caregiver. As a result, survivors of sexual abuse experience serious psychological harm, which may lead to lifelong effects, as the abuse continues to taint various life experiences and relationships. Civil litigation, while imperfect, may be an empowering and effective means by which survivors of childhood sexual abuse can have an opportunity to confront their abuser and obtain some reparations for the harm they have suffered through financial compensation. Disturbingly, the abusers often hold positions of power over vulnerable groups, including children, and litigation may also serve the important function of exposing and/or deterring the abusers or would-be abusers, and the institutions that enabled their misconduct.
The attorneys at Boucher LLP have substantial experience with childhood sexual abuse cases, including sexual abuse by clergy, teachers and members of the entertainment world. If you or your loved one has been victimized by sexual abuse, we invite you to partner with our committed attorneys to seek justice and begin a path to recovery. While healing can be a complex journey, our attorneys believe that settlement or an award of damages can offer some measure of closure to those victimized by this reprehensible misconduct.
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