Sexual Assault Law

Every minute, an American is sexually abused. We want to help.

  • 98% success rate & billions recovered
  • No fees unless we win
  • 2023 CA law allows some survivors with expired legal claims to file a lawsuit for a limited time.

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Legal representation is only one part of a survivor's battle.
That's why providing our client survivors with resources is a priority of ours.

Not all consequences of sexual violence are visible. Survivors often may suffer emotional injuries due to the trauma they have endured. This includes, but is not limited to PTSD, depression, suicidal thoughts or attempts, and dissociation. Individuals may not be able to focus on work, schoolwork or participate in everyday tasks. We understand that seeking help is difficult and can be overwhelming - that's why we do our best to provide healing resources for our survivor clients.

Sexual Assault includes but is not limited to:

  • Unwanted/unconsented hugging, kissing, sexual touching
  • Unwanted violent sexual contact
  • Sexual contact with someone unable to consent (unconscious or under the influence of drugs or alcohol)
  • Sexual molestation, rape, attempted rape, statutory rape

Sexual abuse can occur anywhere
Under AB 2777 a victim can sue their abuser for any sexual abuse or attempt thereof since January 2009 until 2026. Additionally, AB 2777 revives past claims against companies or their agents if a) there was a sexual assault, b) the company is legally responsible for the sexual assault damages, c) the company or its agents attempted or successfully engaged in a cover up for the sexual assault or allegation of such.

CA AB 2777 Sexual abuse & accountability act
Under AB 2777 a victim can sue their abuser for any sexual abuse or attempt thereof from January 2009 until 2026. Additionally, AB 2777 revives past claims against companies or their agents if a) there was a sexual assault, b) the company is legally responsible for the sexual assault damages, c) the company or its agents attempted or successfully engaged in a cover-up for the sexual assault or allegation of such.

Prior to AB 2777, sexual abuse victims could sue their abuser for sexual assault damages if they commenced the lawsuit within 10 years of the last act of sexual abuse (or attempt of such) or within 3 years of the victim's discovery (or when they reasonably should have known) of their injury or illness that resulted from the sexual abuse, whichever was later.

Listening
From initial intake to legal representation, we make a commitment to listen to our clients. We have staff prepared to listen to survivors and make a promise to always adhere to our commitment to confidentiality. We understand that sometimes the first step in healing is to have someone to talk to.

Healing
Our law firm will put our client survivors in contact with resources to receive therapy free of cost either through Sexual Assault Center or outside counseling.

Financial Relief
We will put survivors in contact with resources to help alleviate financial stresses due to unforeseen medical expenses.

California Victim Compensation Board (CalVCB): 888-777-9229

CalVCB Offers financial assistance to help pay for expenses that result from violent crimes. Although, CalVCB does not offer monetary compensation for pain and suffering or property damage, the Board can help pay for medical bills and mental health counseling. If you wish to apply for compensation, contact your county's Victim Witness Assistance Center. A representative can help you fill out and submit the application.

National Center for Victims of Crime

  • Sexual Assault Center: Crisis and Support Line: 1-866-811-7473
  • National Sexual Assault Hotline: Confidential 24/7 Support: 800-656-4673
  • East Los Angeles Women's Center: 323-526-5830
  • Rape Abuse & Incest National Network: 800-646-4673
  • National Sexual Assault Helpline: 1-800-656-4673
  • Chat online at: online.rainn.org
  • East Los Angeles Women's Center: 323-526-5819

The California Victim Compensation Board (CalVCB) offers financial assistance to help pay for expenses that result from violent crimes. Although, CalVCB does not offer monetary compensation for pain and suffering or property damage, the Board can help pay for medical bills and mental health counseling. If you wish to apply for compensation, contact your county's Victim Witness Assistance Center. A representative can help you fill out and submit the application.

Sexual assault is a horrific crime and can lead to severe and consequential psychological trauma.

California recently passed the Sexual Abuse and Accountability Act AB 2777. AB 2777 gives sexual abuse victims more time to file a lawsuit against their abusers and the institution (employer, church, or school) that may have covered it up.

If you or a loved one is a survivor of sexual abuse, we can help you hold the abuser accountable. Our compassionate, caring, and professional attorneys have a record of representing our clients against the most powerful companies and people in the world.

Contact us for a confidential, private and FREE evaluation today before it is too late: (213) 263-4184

Confidential & free case evaluation

Call for a free evaluation: (213) 263-4184

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