Hi - I’m Ryan. I am a lawyer licensed to practice law in Missouri, and my office is located in Kansas City, MO. My team and I fight every day for the rights of sexual abuse victims.
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Abuse Guardians, a nationally renowned alliance of legal advocates committed to empowering survivors of sexual abuse, takes great pride in announcing the appointment of Ryan Frazier, Esq., a distinguished member of Monsees & Mayer, PC, as the esteemed Abuse Guardian for the state of Missouri. This appointment recognizes Ryan's outstanding experience, unwavering dedication, and extensive background in tirelessly championing the rights of survivors.
The ethos of Abuse Guardians lies in its exceptional coalition of legal professionals who have united to offer specialized representation to survivors of sexual abuse. Meticulously selecting only the most compassionate and devoted attorneys, the organization ensures that its network comprises attorneys who are unwaveringly committed to the cause. The selection committee of Abuse Guardians conducts a rigorous evaluation of each candidate, meticulously scrutinizing their track record, legal acumen, and demonstrated passion for seeking justice on behalf of survivors. By employing this comprehensive assessment process, Abuse Guardians guarantees that survivors in need receive unparalleled legal representation and unwavering support.
Remember that while the criminal justice system fills a necessary need for prosecuting sexual predators, these courts often do little for the victims of these crimes. From St. Louis to Kansas City, our sex crimes lawyers help sexual abuse and assault survivors get the financial support and justice they deserve by filing lawsuits in civil court.
If you or someone you love is the survivor of sexual assault or child sexual abuse, you may be wondering about how your family can find justice through the legal system:
Our Missouri sexual abuse victims' lawyers specialize in helping survivors find answers, support, and justice. Contact us for a free consultation to begin your path to justice. For victims and families affected by sexual crimes, seeing their offender prosecuted and convicted can help provide a sense of justice. We understand that nothing can take back the trauma experienced, but it can be reassuring to know the predator responsible for the crime has been taken off the streets.
Our injury law firm represents a wide range of sexual abuse cases and can help you recover compensation. Unfortunately, sexual crimes can happen in even the safest places. The perpetrator often takes positions of authority. For too long survivors have been silenced, but you have a powerful voice and can help make positive changes. Some of the many types of cases we represent include:
The Catholic Church has been in the headlines the last few years for reports of sexually abused or assaulted children. Children and adults look to religious organizations and the clergy for safety, guidance, and trust. The abuse can happen within the church, school, or other religious meetings.
In Missouri, it’s illegal for the owner or employee of a nursing facility or Alzheimer’s special care unit or program to have sexual intercourse or sexual misconduct with a resident in one of these facilities, units, or programs. This law also prohibits people who work for or with a certified program operated, funded, licensed, or certified by the Department of Health from having sexual intercourse or sexual contact with a vulnerable person in one of these programs. Sexual assault and even statutory rape can be committed by employees, other residents, or even someone visiting the facility.
Schools are also safe places children spend much of their time and are seen as safe places. Unfortunately, those who commit sexual violence take positions as teachers, faculty, or other employees of private and public schools to have closer access to children. If you or someone you love has been a victim of assault or rape, it is important to come forward as soon as you can. By speaking out against your trauma, you can help others who are afraid to come forward. Your voice can also help protect future victims from abusers and from experiencing the same crime.
Our team of professional and compassionate lawyers represents victims in a wide range of practice areas. Some of our most recent cases include but are not limited to:
If you've been sexually assaulted contact our law office today for a free case evaluation and legal advice from our experienced team.
Our attorneys answer some of the most common questions we receive. If you have a question or want to learn more about your legal options, call our team today and speak with an experienced lawyer. We can help you figure out whether you are able to file a civil claim against the person or party responsible for your injuries.
In a sexual assault or abuse lawsuit, you have legal options that pertain to the physical and emotional effects of your assault. While every case is different, you may be able to collect compensation for:
Yes, in some cases like a third-party lawsuit, it may be an option for a sexual assault survivor. If the incident occurred at a business, school, religious organization, or other locations. Learn more by speaking directly to a lawyer about the options for your specific case.
A civil lawsuit primarily focuses on helping the victim. Lawyers fight to obtain compensation and justice for the victims. A criminal lawsuit focuses on the perpetrator and prosecution in a criminal court. This typically involves fines and prison sentences.
The pain and suffering from sex assault can affect people in different ways, including emotional trauma, physical pain, and long-term behavioral issues. A few of the long term effects can include:
As lawyers, we understand that trauma does not go away just by filing a lawsuit. By coming forward, you can help other victims too afraid to step forward.
Based on the statute of limitation in Missouri, once a child abuse victim reaches their 21st birthday, they have up to 10 years to file a claim against the perpetrator (i.e., age 31), but only 5 years to file against other responsible parties (i.e., age 26). It is important to come forward as soon as you can to ensure all the evidence can be collected. Adult sexual abuse cases typically have a shorter time to file, and victims have up to 5 years to file a personal injury claim.
After your trauma, it is important to call the police as soon as possible. You should also go to the hospital where a rape kit may be administered. You will also give the police a full account of the incident and everything you can remember. After speaking to the police, please do not hesitate to contact an attorney to review your legal options in a case evaluation.
Our team of attorneys are standing by to answer your questions and to help you every step of the way. We fight to protect survivors and obtain compensation for the heinous crime that was committed. We understand how important it is for a client to trust their legal team and we are here for you throughout the process. When you're ready, call us to learn more about your case options and the type of legal representation we can provide to victims and survivors.
As a victim of sexual assault, you have many resources available to you in addition to contacting an experienced personal injury law firm. Here are just a few of the many resources:
Our law firm represents clients across the state of Missouri. Our Kansas City office has most recently represented clients in the following towns: