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Bathurst Sexual Abuse Lawyer

Regardless of how far in the past someone was sexually abused, they may very likely still be feeling the adverse impacts of their traumatic experience. The victims of sexual abuse often develop severe, debilitating mental health issues, especially if their abuse occurred when they were children or adolescents. Even if they are able to afford and access necessary psychological counselling or psychiatric treatment, survivors of sexual abuse often rely on unhealthy or unsafe coping mechanisms to address the trauma from their past.

Being victimized can have negative effects on every area of a sexual abuse survivor’s life. Due to the often overwhelming nature of the mental health issues they have acquired, it can be difficult for the survivors of abuse to maintain romantic relationships or social connections. Mental health issues stemming from sexual abuse could make it impossible for survivors to pursue educational opportunities or vocational training. As a result, in addition to incurring financial losses related to mental health counselling, sexual abuse survivors could suffer reduced future earning capabilities. While the perpetrators of sexual abuse may be able to live full, rich lives, their victims may suffer emotionally and financially for years, or even decades.

There is no statute of limitations on sexual abuse claims. That means, if you were the victim of sexual abuse, no matter how far in the past your abuse occurred, you may be eligible to receive financial compensation. By working with our sexual abuse lawyers serving Bathurst, you may be able to recover damages you have incurred as a result of the crime perpetrated against you, as well as damages you will incur in the future.

Our Bathurst sexual abuse lawyers are committed to bringing abusers in the community to justice, and helping their victims find the accountability and restitution they deserve. Depending on the circumstances of your case, our sexual abuse lawyers serving Bathurst may be able to help you pursue legal action against your abuser and the organization that introduced you to them.

That is because sexual abuse often occurs within the framework of a larger organization or institution. In many instances, sexual abuse is perpetrated by people who work or volunteer for a number of different organizations, including:

  • Schools
  • Religious institutions
  • Sports leagues
  • Extra-curricular programs
  • Summer camps
  • Detention centres
  • Psychiatric facilities
  • And more

Perpetrators of sexual abuse often prey upon the young or vulnerable people they have, in many cases, been hired to care for and protect. They frequently use their positions of authority within larger organizations to manipulate, coerce, threaten, or use physical force in order to engage in sexual activities with young or vulnerable people in their care.

If an organization’s leadership learns that someone on its staff has committed sexual abuse within their institution, they should report the crime to the police and remove the abuser from their staff. Failing to take these common-sense actions immediately is, in a way, an endorsement of abuse. By turning a blind eye to criminal actions within their organization, its leadership essentially gives abusers a free pass to continue harming the people in their care, with no threat of consequences. In these reprehensible circumstances, an organization found to have perpetuated systemic or institutional sexual abuse may also be liable for damages incurred by the victims of their inaction.

At Preszler Injury Lawyers, we appreciate how difficult it can be to discuss sexual abuse. Our compassionate and sensitive sexual abuse lawyers serving Bathurst offer a free initial consultation to all prospective clients, during which you can ask important questions in a safe environment, and learn about options for financial recovery that may be available to you. To learn more, call our Bathurst sexual abuse lawyers today and receive your free initial consultation.

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Our sexual abuse lawyers serving Bathurst are committed to helping the victims of abuse in our community find they justice they deserve. To learn how we may be able to help with your case, schedule your free initial consultation with our Bathurst sexual abuse lawyers.

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