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Victim of Sexual Abuse and Looking For a Compassionate Lawyer?

If you or a loved one has been sexually assaulted or abused, you may be wondering how to proceed with filing a civil claim against the perpetrator or organization. Are you struggling with questions like:

  • Should I consider going to civil court?
  • How will I cover the medical bills and lost wages?
  • What is sex assault in Virginia and what are my options?

If you're wondering about how the Virginia sexual abuse statutes may apply in your case, our experienced victims' rights lawyers can help guide you through the process. Contact our legal team to schedule your free, confidential case consultation today. 

"A victim of a sex assault has options to file a civil claim and our injury lawyers are here to fight for them" - Kevin Biniazan, Esq.

Kevin Biniazan, Esq. - Virginia Child Sexual Abuse Lawyer

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Child Sexual Abuse Attorney in Virginia: Types of Cases We Represent

Sex abuse can cause pain and suffering and is, unfortunately, more common than many people think. For many types of cases, the perpetrator and facility may be held liable. The abuse can happen in places we trust most, including but not limited to:

Virginia Nursing Home Sexual Abuse

The elderly are a vulnerable population, moving into a nursing home or assisted living facility when they can no longer live on their own. Placing a loved one in one of these institutions is already an emotional ordeal, discovering nursing home sex abuse after your loved one has been living there can be even worse. This sexual abuse is not limited to just facility staff members, but visitors, vendors, family members, and other residents can be a perpetrator. If your loved one was a victim of this horrific abuse, you have legal options.

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University and College Campus Sexual Assault

Students of all ages move away from home to attend university. The Centers for Disease Control estimates that nearly 1 in every 5 women on a college campus has reported sexual assault or attempted sexual assault. The National Institute of Justice reports that a college with 10,000 students is likely to experience approximately 350 rapes per year. Our Title IX sex assault lawyers fight for victims in educational institutions, learn more about your case by contacting our team today.

Clergy Sexual Abuse

Another common type of sexual assault and abuse our lawyers represent in civil lawsuits is in clergy sexual abuse cases. These types of cases have made countless headlines across the United States over the last few years. Priests, bishops, deacons, ministers, pastors are just a few of the positions holding power and the trust of those attending a church, synagogue, or other religious meeting places. This power and trust can make sex abuse difficult to speak out against. This sexual assault is not limited to just the Catholic Church. Sexual assaults can happen across all religious organizations including Jehovah's Witness, Southern Baptists, Seventh Day Adventists, and the Mormon community. We believe you and want to help you navigate the justice system, getting you the compensation you deserve, and help your healing process.

Additional Virginia Sexual Abuse Cases We Cover

Unwanted sexual advances, sex assault, and rape can happen in other areas we deem to be safe for ourselves and our children. Here are some other types of sexual assault cases our attorneys have represented:

  • Abuse at psychiatric facilities
  • Sexual assaults at hospitals and medical facilities
  • Daycare and preschool sex abuse
  • Public school molestation
  • Private school sex assault
  • Sexual assault by doctors or nurses
  • Sexual harassment at work
  • Sex trafficking
  • Child molestation
  • Sexual abuse in sports, including gymnastics, swimming, diving, and wrestling
  • Massage or spa sexual assault
  • Sexual assault in an Uber or Lyft
  • YMCA sex assault
  • Boy Scouts sexual abuse
  • Sexual assault in the Girl scouts
  • Sex crimes at hotels or motels
  • Sexual abuse by celebrities or politicians
  • and more

Sexual Abuse Statistics

Sexual assault and rape are two of the most underreported crimes. The National Sexual Violence Resource Center reported that around 63% of assaults are not reported to the police. One in five women and one in 71 men will be raped at some point in their lives. RAINN has reported that an American is sexually assaulted every 98 seconds, with 321,500 victims aged 12 or older every year.

In 2016, RAINN reported that the rate of sexual assault and rape was 1.2 per 1,000 people, a decrease of 63% from 4.3 assaults per 1,000 in 1993. They also report that the sexual abuse is across the general public, inmates, children, and members of the military. If you have been a victim of sexual abuse, by speaking out about your experience, pain, and suffering, you can be helping countless other victims who have not found their voice and help deter abuse from happening in the future.

Sexual Harassment Attorney Answers FAQs

Our team of personal injury and child sexual abuse attorneys are here to answer your questions and help you navigate the criminal justice system. Here are a few of our frequently asked questions. Do not hesitate to reach out if you have additional questions.

What Are Effects Of Sexual Assault?

Sexual abuse can affect everyone differently and the emotional and physical damages can be long-lasting. These are just a few of the common effects which a victim of a sexual assault can experience:

  • emotional distress
  • increasing medical expenses
  • psychological conditions
  • chronic pain
  • migraines
  • substance abuse
  • problems with personal relationships
  • scarring from restraints
  • PTSD
  • depression
  • anxiety
  • and more

Do I Need a Sexual Abuse Injury Lawyer For My Case?

Yes, as a victim of a sexual assault we do recommend working with an experienced injury attorney. The criminal and civil courts can be difficult to navigate. Often, victims do not realize the powerful options they have in a lawsuit and holding the perpetrator accountable. Depending on the case, clients may be able to file claims against the person responsible, and also the organization.

As a victim of sexual abuse, hiring a lawyer for your sexual abuse case can increase your deserved compensation, helping your healing process, and cover medical bills that may have amounted after your physical and emotional trauma. In many cases, a jury can also award punitive damages. Call our child sexual abuse attorneys today to learn more about your claim, compensation, and options in a free consultation.

What Is The Statute of Limitations In Virginia?

Every state has a different statute of limitations. In Richmond, Virginia Beach, and in the entire state of Virginia, the statute on child sexual abuse is 20 years, beginning when the victim turns 18 or remembers the sexual assault if it is a repressed memory. By speaking with a Virginia sexual abuse attorney you can better understand the statute of limitations as relating to your specific claims.

What Does Child Sexual Abuse Consist Of?

Child sexual abuse, or molestation, is when a person uses a child for sexual stimulation. Forms of sexual abuse can include:

  • engaging in sexual activities with a child
  • indecent exposure
  • child grooming
  • child sexual exploitation
  • child pornography
  • rape or attempted rape
  • groping
  • and more

What Is Considered Sexual Assault?

Sexual assault is any form of sexual contact with a non-consenting adult, child, disabled person, someone not in control of their functions, or any other person who is coerced into unwanted sexual acts. This assault can cause physical and emotional damages to the victim. Forms of assault can include:

  • Any non-consenting sexual contact
  • Taking of explicit photographs
  • Harassment
  • Sexual threats
  • Rape or attempted rape
  • Inappropriate touching, including molestation or fondling
  • and more

What To Do if You've Been Sexually Assaulted? Contact a Personal Injury Attorney

Sexual abuse claims can often be under-reported due to fear of retaliation. As a victim of sex crimes, molestation, or assault, your first step should be to report your claim to the police. What you have experienced is something someone should never have to endure.

After making your report, speaking with an attorney in a consultation should be your next step. Our clients have trusted us to represent them in a lawsuit against those responsible for sexual assault. Let our lawyers help you in court by filing claims for you. Call our team today for your free consultation to learn more about a civil or criminal lawsuit and how to take action.

Locations Our Virginia Sexual Assault Attorneys Represent:

Our litigation team is lead by Kevin Biniazan, an experienced attorney representing victims of sexual assault in Virginia. We serve victims across the state including the following areas:

  • Virginia Beach
  • Norfolk
  • Chesapeake
  • Newport News
  • Suffolk
  • Franklin
  • Windsor
  • Petersburg
  • Williamsburg
  • Richmond
  • Lynchburg
  • Roanoke
  • Charlottesville
  • and more

Do not be afraid if you are a victim of Virginia sexual abuse. By contacting our team, you will speak with a dedicated lawyer ready to support you in a lawsuit and recover compensation for the damages and trauma you have experienced.

Local Resources For Sexual Abuse Victims in Virginia

In Richmond, VA, Virginia Beach, and other cities in the state, you have options for support. Our lawyers have created a list of local resources for victims of sex abuse to contact, in addition to speaking with an experienced lawyer.

Directions To Our Office From the Norfolk International Airport

If you are coming from Norfolk or the International Airport, follow these directions to our local office:

  • Follow Airport Road away from the terminals
  • Continue onto Robin Hood Road
  • Turn left onto VA-165 S
  • Use any lane to turn left onto Northampton Blvd
  • Use the right lane to take the ramp onto I-64 E
  • Merge onto I-64 E
  • Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 284A to merge onto I-264 E / Norfolk Virginia Beach Expy
  • Continue onto 21st St
  • Turn left onto Cypress Ave
  • Turn right onto 21 1/2 St
  • Make the first left
  • Our office will be on the right side

Upcoming Webinar Hosted By Our Virginia Sexual Assault Victim Attorneys Event Title: What Should Victims of Sexual Assault Do

Date: October 10, 2021, at 3:30 p.m. EST

Registration: Email [email protected]

Description: This webinar provided by the sexual abuse lawyer in Virginia Beach of will discuss what victims should do after a sexual abuse incident. We are looking forward to answering any questions you may have during this webinar. Individuals can view this webinar through Zoom. 

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