Were you or a loved one sexually abused in the Boy Scouts of America?
You may be entitled to a Financial Settlement.
The Boy Scouts of America have filed for bankruptcy. There is only a limited time to file a claim, which could result in a financial settlement. Contact us now to see if you quality.
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The Boy Scouts of America files for Bankruptcy
According to CNN, “The Boy Scouts of America faced hundreds of lawsuits from alleged sexual abuse victims across the country — all of which are now suspended because of the bankruptcy filing.” The only relief will be a short window in which victims can file claims in United States Bankruptcy Court.
A Serious Conspiracy to Conceal and Cover up
For decades the Boy Scouts of America made efforts to cover-up cases of abuse, as documented in detail in the Boy Scout’s infamous “Perversion Files,” released as a result of Lewis v. Boy Scouts case in 2010.
The evidence proved the organization had knowledge of the problem and made repeated attempts to hide the information from the scouts, parents and media.
Do I Have a Case Against The BSA?
Child abuse if a terrible crime, which can cause lasting pain and suffering. We realize it is very difficult for you to share your story of abuse with anyone. Our experts understand the sensitivity and confidentiality required to have such conversations. We are here to help provide answers.
We are currently reviewing claims against the Boy Scouts of America. We may be able to help you achieve a sigificant financial settlement, as we have done with other survivors.
Lasting Effects of Sexual Abuse
- Self-Blame / Guilt
- Sexual/Relationship Problems
- Eating Disorders
- Somatic Concerns
- Dissociative Patterns