justice for California child sexual abuse survivors

Boy Scout Abuse Survivors

There is justice, hope and healing. We can help.

If you or someone you know was sexually abused in scouting, you can hold abusers and responsible institutions accountable. The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) recently filed for Bankruptcy. The time to act is now.


Many child abuse survivors live for years in shame and self-blame. Coming forward and speaking out is the first step in healing. We will represent you in a respectful, confidential manner and file your claim for compensation before the deadline. 

 We can help, but you must act now to hold the BSA responsible.

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Justice for Scout Abuse Survivors

Our legal team of compassionate professionals has empowered hundreds of abuse survivors with claims against the Boy Scouts of America and related entities. We are ready to help you or your loved one achieve justice for what happened by filing a confidential claim in the Boy Scout case.

Details: On February 17, 2020, the Boy Scouts of America filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy due to mounting lawsuits arising from years of child sexual abuse and cover-up within Scouting. This bankruptcy case will help abuse survivors seek justice; it allows them to make confidential claims and provides a legal path to meaningful compensation and the demand for institutional change for the protection of children. If you or someone you know has a claim, our legal team can help you achieve justice for what happened. 

As a result of the bankruptcy filing, important deadlines for filing a claim against the Boy Scouts of America now apply. The Court has set a bar date of November 16, 2020. All claims must be filed before that deadline. 

If you or someone you know are a survivor of childhood sexual abuse within the Boy Scouts of America, we can help you file a confidential claim and navigate the legal maze of bankruptcy. We will fight for the justice you deserve. 

Please feel free to contact us today. As always, your information will be kept confidential, and any information you provide in the form will be securely sent to us so we can help you determine what rights you may have. You may also call us at 1 (714) 955-5511.