Were you or a loved one a victim of sexual abuse from the Southern Baptist Church?

You may be entitled to significant financial compensation.

Laws have either passed or are under consideration to extend the statute of limitations, allowing more time for survivors of abuse to seek justice.

Lasting Effects of Sexual Abuse

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Self-Blame / Guilt
  • Denial
  • Sexual/Relationship Problems
  • Eating Disorders
  • Somatic Concerns
  • Dissociative Patterns
  • Repression


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Victims of Sexual Abuse

Sign up for a Confidential Case Review to find out if you’re eligible for financial compensation.

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Shrouded in Secrecy

For nearly two centuries, the SBC has remained the largest Protestant denomination in America, operating nearly 50,000 Southern Baptist churches nationwide. The leaders provide spiritual ministry, guidance, and leadership to nearly 15 million Southern Baptists.

In 1845, the Southern Baptist Convention formed a denomination from the Baptists who settled in Colonial America in the early 17th century over a conflict involving slavery with the Northern Baptists. At that time, the Northern Baptists forbid missionaries to own slaves.

According to the Pew Research Center, more than 5% of all adults in the United States were recognized members of the Southern Baptist Convention in 2014. Since then, the number has decreased.

#MeToo Movement

In 2018, the #The MeToo Movement put pressure on the Southern Baptist Convention concerning domestic violence and sexual misconduct allegations among churchgoers.

During its annual national meeting, the Southern Baptist convention struggled with an onslaught of accusations involving multiple sexual misconduct cases. As a result, about two dozen people protested across the street during the two-day convention calling for creating a database that identified pastors and other religious leaders accused of sexual misconduct.

Convention delegates adopted numerous resolutions condemning any inappropriate sexual behavior by Southern Baptist ministers and called on preventing “all forms of abuse” by encouraging sexually assaulted survivors to contact civil authorities for support and protection.

In a recent blog post, Southern Baptist theological seminary President Reverend Albert Mohler stated, “The avalanche of sexual misconduct that has come to light in recent weeks is almost too much to bear.”


Attorneys provide a safe, confidential environment to discuss what happened recently or long ago. They use the law to ensure sexual predator and their religious leaders are held accountable.

Taking action can stop the unacceptable behavior so others are not also hurt.

There are many benefits to using a lawyer in a sexual abuse case, including:

  • A lawyer can help you file a compensation claim.
    • Filing a claim can help you recover damages for the abuse that you suffered.
  • Second, a lawyer can help you negotiate with the insurance company.
    • Insurance companies are often willing to offer a settlement if they know that the victim is represented by a lawyer.
  • Third, a lawyer can help you take your case to court.
    • A lawyer can represent you in court and fight for the damages that you deserve.

We Can Help

Our network of attorneys have been helping individuals, like you, for years.


Do I Have A Case

If you or a loved one have suffered from a sexual assault from a member of the Southern Baptist Convention, you may be entitled to financial compensation.

Experienced Attorneys

Our team of experts has extensive experience fighting to hold Southern Baptist Convention accountable. 


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Contact us right away to set up a free, confidential and no-obligation case review.  We’re ready to fight for you.

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