Help for church abuse victims

Help for church abuse victims

those abused by a member of the clergy are encouraged to come forward and receive a 100% free legal case review.


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Current allegations against the church

for decades, church officials attempted to cover up widespread instances of abuse from the police and the public. many abusive and dangerous members of the clergy continued to practice even after reports of abuse were revealed to high ranking church members.

In order to allow the church to continue operating, victims allege that church officials coordinated vast cover-ups in order to maintain the reputation of the church.

Now, thousands of victims are coming forward to hold the church accountable for failing to protect them from abusive clergy members. those that have been impacted are encouraged to come forward and receive a 100% free legal case review to learn more.


clergy abuse in the news


states begin to expand their statute of limitations on cases of abuse to allow more victims to come forward.


a jury was exposed to over 1,000 instances of abuse after a court ruled to release confidential documents from the church.


pope francis promises a "zero tolerance" policy towards any cases of abuse.


THE AP® DISCOVERS THAT THE CHURCH DOES NOT MONITOR ACCUSED PRIESTS who have had reports of abuse filed against them and that many of these clergy members continue to work in the church even after being accused of abuse.

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