Legal Action for Victims of Sexual Abuse and Assault

Anyone who suffers from sexual abuse or sexual assault is susceptible to short-term and long-term physical and emotional injuries. Repercussions may include shock, pain, fear, humiliation, self-blame, depression and a diminished sense of self-worth. Psychological damage can be especially serious when the perpetrator is in a position of power and the victim is a minor, a nursing home resident, a developmentally disabled person, a student, a parishioner, a patient or a client.

What to Do After Occurrence of Sexual Abuse or Assault

If you have suffered sexual abuse or assault, report the crime to police, seek medical attention and discuss the abuse or assault with a personal injury lawyer. Choose an attorney whose practice includes a focus on civil litigation, including cases of sexual assault or sexual abuse.

David Bliss in Bismarck passionately pursues justice on behalf of victims of sexual abuse and assault. These actions are crimes and the criminal justice system should deliver appropriate criminal penalties. They are also acts of abuse that result in injuries and losses to victims — and can form the basis of civil lawsuits.

Consider Civil Litigation in Pursuit of Compensation for Losses because of Sexual Abuse, Assault Or Exploitation

Request a free initial consultation at Bliss Law Firm if you or your close family member has suffered through sexual abuse or sexual assault.

You may have been abused by a psychologist, priest, minister, health care provider or lawyer. Your son or daughter may have been exploited as a minor by a coach, teacher, bus driver, camp counselor or supervisor in a group home. Your elderly mother, father, husband or wife may have been abused while in a nursing home or other long-term care facility.

Whatever the circumstances, bring your story to our attention at Bliss Law Firm, and learn how we can help.

The Bliss Law Firm Can Advise and Represent You or Your Loved One

Bliss Law Firm in North Dakota pursues compensation for victims of sexual abuse and sexual assault. David Bliss has represented Alzheimer's patients and other vulnerable adults. For a free initial consultation, email us or call 701-516-8116.