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Miramichi Sexual Assault Lawyer

Anyone, regardless of gender identity, age, sexuality, culture, and other distinguishing factors can be the victim of sexual assault. That said, the overwhelming majority of sexual assault survivors are women. The female-identifying members of vulnerable communities are the demographics most likely to experience sexual assault, including trans women, Indigenous women, and disabled women.

Sexual assault, also known as sexual battery in the context of civil litigation, can refer to a number of actions performed without the express consent of the other party involved. Consent is an agreement between adults. Consent is fluid, active, evolving, and can be revoked at any time during a sexual encounter for any reason. If someone commits any kind of sexual act without the consent of the other party involved, they have committed sexual assault.

As such, sexual assault includes but is not limited to physically violent crimes. Completed rapes and rape attempts are examples of sexual assault. However, other actions perpetrated without consent are also considered sexual assault. These other actions may include unwanted touching, forced kissing, grabbing, groping, non-consensual touching, and other forms of harassment.

When the perpetrators of sexual assault act without their partner’s consent, they rob another person of their control over what happens to their body. This violation of another person’s rights can have a serious impact on their overall quality of life. In fact, the survivors of sexual assault often suffer the emotional and psychological repercussions for years or even decades following the crime committed against them.

To try grappling with the emotional and psychological fallout arising from their assault, the survivors of sexual battery often incur substantial financial losses. Sexual assault survivors often go to great expense in an attempt to overcome debilitating mental health issues developed in direct response to the abuse they endured. Additionally, victims who were unable to continue working or were forced to abandon educational opportunities as a result of the emotional trauma stemming from their assault often experience financial losses related to lost wages or reduced future earning capabilities.

Examples of financial losses commonly incurred by the victims of sexual assault include:

  • Psychological counselling
  • Psychiatric treatment
  • Prescription medication
  • Mileage for medical appointments
  • Lost wages
  • Reduced earning capability
  • Failure to reach potential
  • Loss of interdependent relationship
  • Pain and suffering
  • Emotional distress
  • Mental anguish
  • Loss of enjoyment of life
  • And possibly more

Our sexual assault lawyers serving Miramichi appreciate that no amount of money will be able to truly compensate the survivors of sexual assault, change the past, or undo the harm that has already been done to them by deplorable criminals. However, our Miramichi sexual assault lawyers believe that no one should be forced to endure the indignity of losing substantial funds as the result of another person’s criminal behaviour.

If you were involved in non-consensual sexual activity, our sexual assault lawyers serving Miramichi may be able to help you recover financial compensation. By filing a civil claim against the person who assaulted you, our Miramichi sexual assault lawyers may be able to provide beneficial assistance in your pursuit of accountability and closure.

To discuss your case with our sensitive, compassionate sexual assault lawyers serving Miramichi, contact Preszler Injury Lawyers today and receive a free initial consultation.

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Free Consultation for Miramichi Residents – We Don’t Get Paid Unless We Win

Our Miramichi sexual assault lawyers provide a free initial consultation to all community members who have been the victim of sexual battery. Preszler Injury Lawyers appreciate how difficult it can be to discuss sexual assault. We are here to listen.

To learn about options that may be available to you, call our sexual assault lawyers serving Miramichi and schedule your cost-free, no-obligation first meeting with Preszler Injury Lawyers.

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