Oftentimes victims of sexual abuse and assault feel ashamed, embarrassed, depressed and blame themselves for what they had no control over. These types of crimes are some worst imaginable, as they are emotionally and mentally devastating to the victim. Women and children are typically the most frequently abused by sexual predators, although men can be victims as well.
There have been some very high-profile cases involving doctors, professional and college athletes, celebrities and Hollywood types that have pushed the predators out of the shadows and brought to justice.
If you or a loved one have been sexually abused or assaulted, you have a tough decision to seek a civil lawsuit. If you are considering your options, you should contact the highly skilled attorneys at Jaroslawicz and Jaros for a free and confidential consultation to discuss the details of what you experienced.
There are varying degrees of New York State’s definition of sexual abuse. In general terms, sexual abuse is defined as when a person subjects another person to sexual contact without their consent or ability to consent. In some cases, the victim is unable to consent to the sex acts, due to being incapacitated, mental illness or a handicap, or unable to consent to due to age.
The definition covers unwanted or nonconsensual touching, fondling, and kissing, but also includes:
There are many factors that lead to sexual predators to take advantage of their victims. Cases of abuse typically involve an inappropriate use of power, and several factors can contribute:
Authority - sexual predators are oftentimes those who hold some sort of position above their victims, such as:
Coercion - young adults, teenagers and even children, along with those who are disabled or have a mental handicap can be easy targets for sex abuse.
Age - sexual predators all too often victimize children and young adults.
Physical Size - a larger person can exert themselves and abuse a smaller person, based on fear and intimidation.
Victims and their families can come forward to take legal action against their abusers. The first step is to get the advice and guidance from an experienced law firm, to understand your rights and options on how to proceed with your case. The attorneys at Jaroslawicz and Jaros will always treat you with dignity, respect and compassion.
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