New Jersey Clergy Sexual Abuse Attorneys
Sexual Abuse Survivors Are Not Alone Anymore
Now you can demand justice from your abusers and the institutions that allowed the abuse to continue.
Contact the clergy abuse lawyers at Garces, Grabler & LeBrocq today. They can help you file a claim so you can:
- Tell your story
- Hold accountable all those responsible
- Obtain financial compensation to pay for treatment, lost wages, and more
If you have endured the trauma of sexual assault or abuse by a priest or other member of the clergy, our experienced attorneys will stand with you in court and advocate on your behalf. You are not alone.
Special Notice for New Jersey Clergy Abuse Survivors: The Opportunity for Your Turn in Court Begins on December 1, 2019
If you were sexually abused by a priest in New Jersey, you may be able to claim damages regardless of how long ago the incident took place. A new law allows all survivors of child sexual abuse to file a claim against their abusers – even those who had previously been barred from recovery due to an expired statute of limitations.
You may also be able to file a claim against the church institutions that allowed the abuse to occur. This provision of the law enables victims to pursue justice regardless of whether the perpetrator is still alive. Bear in mind the following:
- There is a limited window of time for filing.
- Garces, Grabler & LeBrocq will work tirelessly on your behalf to see that justice is served.
You need an aggressive legal team that will provide you with the caliber of representation necessary to ensure you receive the full compensation to which you are entitled.
All Sexual Abuse Survivors in Pennsylvania and New Jersey Have the Right to Demand Justice and the Chance to Heal
It is time to come forward and begin the healing process, whether you suffered at the hands of an abuser in Pennsylvania or New Jersey.
You may have been silent for many years. A priest or another authority figure may have convinced you that the sexual encounter was somehow your fault. Something may have only recently triggered an awareness that an event that happened long ago is actually not your fault, and is, in fact, the cause of suffering you still endure today.
The long-term effects of suppressing a traumatic sexual encounter may include:
- Problems at work
- Avoidance of intimate relationships
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Substance abuse
- Other chronic health problems
All of these situations call for a remedy. Now you have the legal right to demand your day in court and seek justice. With that, you can accelerate the healing process by getting financial compensation to pay for counseling, treatment, lost wages, and more.
Please remember that there are time limitations to filing a claim. It takes courage to come forward and confront the past, and we want to do everything we can to help you act as quickly as you are able. For a free case evaluation, call us now at 800-923-3456. Our clergy abuse lawyers will promptly and confidentially review your case and develop a strategy to ensure the best possible outcome for you.