Sex Abuse Victim Resources in Pennsylvania & New Jersey
If you’ve been the victim of sexual assault or sexual abuse, you deserve caring and compassionate help. There are many resources available to victims of sex abuse in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Click the links below to be directed to specific pages which list government and non-profit resources for victims of sex abuse and assault.
Pennsylvania: Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Bucks/Chester County, Delaware County, Montgomery County
New Jersey: North Jersey, South Jersey
From Our Sex Abuse Law Library
- Pennsylvania & New Jersey Sex Assault or Abuse Lawsuits –Financial Recovery Victims of sex assault or abuse in Pennsylvania and New Jersey often don’t know about their rights to financial recovery. Learn about financial recovery in civil lawsuits, who the parties are and where monetary compensation comes from.
- Pain & Suffering – Getting Compensation in a Sex Assault or Abuse Lawsuit in New Jersey or Pennsylvania Victims of sex assault or abuse can get compensated for pain and suffering in a sex abuse or assault lawsuit in New Jersey or Pennsylvania. Learn about how pain and suffering evidence is presented in lawsuits.
- Does Repressed Memory of Child Sex Abuse Toll New Jersey’s Statute of Limitations for Lawsuits? Does the repressed memory theory apply in cases of child sex abuse or assault in NJ? Learn about NJ law, which may allow claims of repressed memory.
- Sex Assault Victims in Pennsylvania or New Jersey – What to Know About Your Civil Legal Rights Get info about civil and criminal legal rights for victims of sex abuse or assault in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. This article discusses civil lawsuits and criminal prosecutions.
- Amending Civil & Criminal Statute of Limitations Laws for Child Sex Abuse – Pennsylvania Legislation Watch Pennsylvania lawmakers are considering statute of limitations law changes for sex abuse in 2016. We’re one step closer to helping victims seek justice.
Free Consultations with Brian Kent, Former Sex Crimes Unit Prosecutor
Brian Kent, former sex crimes unit prosecutor and crime victims civil rights lawyer, is passionate about helping victims of sex abuse. Whether the perpetrator is a priest or member of the clergy, a teacher, coach or relative, Brian offers legal assistance in a caring and compassionate setting.
Sex abuse victim testimonial:
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