Anyone who was inappropriately touched by anyone of authority from the Catholic church may now qualify for a significant cash settlement. Time to file for compensation is limited! Complete the form below to check eligibility.
Over the last year, Catholic Dioceses from across the United States have released lists of known clergy sexual abusers. There’s no greater breach of trust than when someone in a position of power and authority sexually abuses someone. These acts have devastating effects on victims. Already, more than 3,000 civil lawsuits have been filed on behalf of victims of clergy abuse. If you have suffered sexual abuse by a member of the clergy or a person of authority please fill out the form. We offer free consultations to help you access compensation and help with your recovery. We stand ready to assist you, and we stand ready to hold these institutions to accountable.
Even if this abuse happened decades ago it does not matter, Diocese officials said the fund will be open to all clergy sex abuse victims, including people living in the country illegally and those who are barred from filing lawsuits because the abuse occurred long ago and is beyond the statute of limitations.
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