Every day, people live with having suffered abuse at the hands of pastors and other church-affiliated personnel.
You found this web page because you were one of them.
I’m so sorry. That’s awful.
Nobody ever deserves to be violated like that. Nothing that happened is your fault. You are innocent. You’re the type of person who wants to do the right thing.
By the time you found our website, what to do next may be unclear.
Do you speak with a lawyer?
File a civil case or criminal case? And what are the deadlines for filing suit anyway?
You may also be concerned about how to protect your privacy while seeking justice. You want to do everything in your power to stop this from happening again, and that includes to you, too.
For over 30 years, I have helped victims get justice, receive financial compensation, find closure, and start to feel like themselves again. I’ve helped women answer tough questions and concerns following a sexual assault—even when nobody else believed them. I’ve even spoken at National Advocacy conferences on behalf of survivors’ rights.
My firm may be able to handle your case for you, take care of all the details, and help you hold the perpetrator accountable for their actions.
Top administrative leaders for the Southern Baptist Convention, the largest Protestant denomination in America, said Tuesday that they will release a secret list of hundreds of pastors and other church-affiliated personnel accused of sexual abuse.
An attorney for the SBC’s Executive Committee announced the decision during a virtual meeting called in response to a scathing investigative report detailing how the committee mishandled allegations of sex abuse and stonewalled numerous survivors.
Call 256-355-3311 for a Confidential, No-Cost Conversation.
I will listen to you and tell you about any lawsuit time limitations you should know. I’ll also let you know what the right next steps are.
At the end of the call, we can discuss legal representation. It’s completely your decision how you want to proceed with your case.
Unfortunately, the law sets time limitations on sexual assault claims and lawsuits.
So do not delay seeking justice.