Clergy Sexual Abuse

Tens of thousands of survivors have come forward about their sexual abuse at the hands of clergy, school teachers, scout leaders and others as children. Gelbman Legal Group helps those sexually abused as children recover damages for the injuries done to them. We can help victims of childhood sexual abuse hold institutions and individuals responsible.

The law in New York now allows survivors of childhood sexual abuse to hold the institutions that harbored the abuser(s). For a limited time, you can file a suit no matter how long ago the abuse happened. To date, survivors have recovered over $3 billion in compensation.

Am I Eligible to File a Lawsuit?

Anyone who is a survivor of childhood sexual abuse may be eligible for significant financial compensation for pain, suffering, therapy, medical treatments, rehabilitation, and lost earnings. We are currently accepting victims who were abused in New York and surrounding states. There is no charge to you unless you win your claim.

Childhood sexual abuse is traumatic, often leaving survivors with life-long physical and psychological injuries. Depression, sexual dysfunction, inability to form long-lasting relationships are all common effects of childhood sexual abuse. You can hold your abuser and their enablers accountable and recover the compensation you are entitled to for the physical and psychological injuries you may have suffered as a result of your abuse.

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