The deadline to confidentially file a childhood sexual abuse or assault claim against the Boy Scouts of America was extended to November 16, 2020. That date has come and gone. However, due to the number of courageous people who came forward, the Boy Scouts of America filed for bankruptcy.
Suppose you faced one or more incidents of childhood sexual abuse or assault at the hands of a Scout leader or other Boy Scouts of America staff member. In that case, you might be entitled to compensation. Contact our team of childhood sexual abuse attorneys for a no-obligation consultation as soon as you can. Our caring, well-educated attorneys are always standing by to represent you and your interests in a court of law.
At our firm, we fully understand how hard it can be to come forward about childhood sexual abuse. To help ease our clients’ minds, we are always willing to provide you with a completely confidential, no-obligation consultation. Everything you say to us stays with us. Your privacy is always our number one concern.
Our Attorneys Are Standing By To Take Your Case
The team of childhood sexual abuse attorneys here at Cutter Law P.C. is always standing by to represent you and your interests in a court of law. We’ve won millions for our clients across several practice areas. We’ve also won a multitude of awards for our legal prowess. If you suffered childhood sexual abuse at the hands of the Boy Scouts Of America, we’re here to help.
While November 16 may have come and gone, our lawyers are still standing by to represent you and your interests in a court of law. Contact our caring, educated attorneys for a no-obligation consultation as soon as you can.
If you’d like to learn more about the deadline, then feel free to check out our page on the subject. It has lots of helpful information regarding exactly what’s going on.
Remember, filing through Cutter Law P.C. is always confidential. Contact us for your no-obligation, confidential consultation today.