Were you or a loved one assaulted by Nathaniel Abraham Mosco, a former nurse at Muncie's Ball Memorial Hospital? Our dedicated civil attorneys are here to help.
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A former nurse at Indiana University's Ball Memorial Hospital has been charged for sexual assault. Nathaniel Abraham Mosco, 28, is accused of assaulting an elderly patient on at least three occasions. He was charged on May 13, 2018 for felony sexual battery. Hospital sexual assault is a rising concern in the United States.
Were you or a loved one sexually assaulted by Nathaniel Abraham Mosco, a nurse at Indiana University Health Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie? Our experienced personal injury attorneys are here to help. You are not alone. What happened to you is a violation of the code entered into by nurses across the country. There is no excuse for sexual assault.
You were violated by someone you trusted to care for you. There is ample evidence that Nathaniel Abraham Mosco abused his position of authority to assault an elderly patient. His alleged actions are reprehensible. Know that you did nothing wrong. This was not your fault. You did nothing to deserve what happened to you.
Our dedicated attorneys understand the painful and complicated emotions caused by a sexual assault. You may be struggling to deal with feelings of shock and disbelief, anger and fear, even shame and embarrassment. We believe you, and we believe your voice matters.
Under Indiana's child sex abuse laws, you have powerful legal options. Thankfully, Nathaniel Abraham Mosco is being held to account for his alleged misconduct by the criminal justice system, but civil action may also be possible. If you or a loved one were abused by Mosco, you may be eligible to secure financial compensation by filing a private civil lawsuit.
Our experienced attorneys are here to help. We can walk you through the legal process with confidence. You may be entitled to significant financial compensation. Lawsuits may be possible to hold Mosco and his hospital accountable for failing to protect patients. You were harmed by a dangerous sexual predator. We believe you deserve justice.
Nathaniel Abraham Mosco was arrested on January 18, 2019 following an internal investigation by Ball Memorial Hospital's police department. The victim - a woman in her 70s - told authorities that Mosco had fondled her on three separate occasions at the Muncie hospital. Interviewed by police, the victim said that before the first incident, Mosco told her he was planning to clean some medical equipment, but then began to fondle her, saying he wanted to "make her feel good." She also says that Mosco administered her pain medication that she had not asked for before two of the assaults. Mosco was arrested soon after.
In the wake of Mosco's arrest, Neil Gifford, director of the hospital's marketing and communications, told reporters, "we took immediate action and are participating fully with a thorough investigation." Mosco's nursing license was put on emergency suspension by Indiana regulators in early February.
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