Can I sue for sexual abuse?
Can I sue for Sexual Abuse?
Victims of sexual assault or sexual abuse can file a case in civil court against the perpetrator, and in some cases, additional parties.
Who can sue for damages from Child Sexual Abuse or Assault?
Both the child and the child’s legal caregiver, including birth parents or otherwise legally responsible persons can sue for child sexual abuse. The child, usually represented by a parent or guardian. Victims of child sexual abuse may pursue justice through both the criminal and civil courts.
Can Employer Negligence be liable for Enabling Sexual Assault?
Having a comprehensive company sexual assault policy doesn’t make a company invulnerable to responsibility for negligence in regards to responding to sexual harassment claims and maintaining a safe environment for employees. An employer could be held liable for not correcting hostile working conditions or reprimanding quid pro quo harassment regardless of the policy on the books.