Texas Sexual Assault Lawyer and Civil Sex Crime Lawyer Helps Victims of Sex Abuse, Molestation, Rape, Sex Trafficking, Sex Cults, Coercion and Collateral Schemes, Hazing Rituals, Professional Sexual Assaults, STD Transmissions, and other Sex Crimes
Texas sexual assault lawyer helps victims of sex crimes. These sex crimes can include sexual assault, molestation, rape, hazing, abuse of minors, sex trafficking, coercion and collateral schemes, sexual assaults by professionals and clergy, and STD transmissions. His team of civil sex crime lawyers help victims target sex traffickers, sex cults, sex abusers, and other predators as well as enablers. Further, his team investigates sex crimes and uses civil laws to seek compensation from sexual predators and enablers.
In helping victims of sex crimes, they use several civil laws to help victims of sex crimes punish organizations and predators for illegal conduct. More specifically, they commonly use criminal convictions as well as financial records and evidence of systematic sex crimes in civil litigation to prosecute organizations, predators, and enablers. His legal teams prosecute a wide range of sex crime lawsuits including sexual assault, molestation, and abuse of minors; sex trafficking; sex cults; intentional transmission of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs); sexual assault by professionals; and molestation of children or vulnerable people. As civil sex crime lawyers, his team helps victims of molestation, abuse, coerrcion and collateral schemes, sex trafficking, and other sex crimes seek compensation from criminals. His legal teams typically target 1) perpetrators; 2) churches, organizations, and companies that allowed or enabled abuse and molestation; and 3) those who profitted from sex trafficking or coercion and collateral schemes.
If you or someone you love has been a victim of an intentional tort or sex crime including sexual abuse, sexual assault, molestation, indecent exposure to a minor, or rape, and you would like to seek compensation from the responsible parties, please feel free to contact Texas Sexual Assault Lawyer, Jason Coomer via e-mail or our contact form.
Sexual Assault Lawyers Help Victims of Molestation, Rape, Abuse, Assault, and other Sex Crimes Seek Compensations from Those Responsible
Sexual Assault Lawyers help victims of sex crimes and other intentional torts. More specifically, attorney Coomer and his co-counsel review a variety of sexual abuse, assault, molestation, rape, sex trafficking, and other intentional tort claims. His legal team helps victims of rape, sexual assault, molestation, intentional torts, and other criminal acts seek compensation from those responsible for allowing the intentional tort or crime to be committed.
Below are some helpful FAQs regarding sexual assault, abuse, molestation, rape, sex trafficking, and other intentional tort cases by Texas Sexual Assault Lawyer Jason Coomer:Q1: Can a civil sex crime lawyer help victims of rape, sexual abuse, molestation, sex trafficking, hazing, or other intentional torts seek compensation from perpetrators and enablers?A1: Yes, sexual assault lawyers often help victims of rape, sexual abuse, molestation, sex trafficking, hazing, and other sex crimes seek compensation from perpetrators and enablers under Texas civil law.
Q2: What information does a civil sex crime lawyer or sexual assault lawyer need to begin a review of a potential case?A2: A sexual assault lawyer will typically need to know 1) the name or names of the perpetrators and enablers, 2) date or dates of the illegal act, 3) whether a police report was filed, 4) names of the victim or victims, and 5) what evidence including witnesses can be used to prove the illegal acts. Further, information provided to sexual assault lawyers in anticipation of potentional representation will be kept confidential and privileged during the review.
Q3: Is there a statute of limitations on sexual abuse, molestation, and other intentional torts?A3: Yes, there are several potential statutes of limitations on sexual abuse, molestation, and rape cases. More specifically, anyone that was a minor when the abuse or molestation occurred may have their case tolled for several years until they are an adult. Each case is different and should be reviewed by sexual assault lawyer to determine the actual potential statute of limitations.
Q4: Who can be held liable for sexual assault, abuse, and molestation cases?A4: Depending on the facts of the case, perpetrators and enablers including organizations, religious groups, and businesses that helped and/or hid the perpetrators can often be held liable for abuses, molestations, rapes, and other sex crimes.
Civil Sex Crime Claims include Molestation Claims, Rape Claims, Sex Trafficking Claims, Coercion and Collateral Claims, and Sexual Assault Claims
Civil sex crime claims seek to recover monetary compensation from predators and enablers of sex crimes. More specifically, these lawsuits are typically filed concurrently or immediately before or after criminal actions. The criminal actions have the ability to put sexual criminals in jail, while civil sex crime claims use criminal prosecutions and other evidence to seek compensation from sexual abusers, predators, and enablers. These civil sex crime claims not only compensation victims, but also are intended to punish and deter abusers, predators, and enablers by taking their money.
An intentional tort arises when a person intends to commit a wrongful act such as sexual assault or molestation which results in injury. From a legal perspective, it can often be difficult to obtain compensation from a person who commits an intentional tort unless that person is wealthy or is enabled by an organization or wealthy individuals.
Texas Sexual Abuse and Molestation Lawyers Commonly File Suits Against Organizations, Pertetrators, and Companies
Sometimes the injuries from a sexual molestation or sexual assault result from the wrongful acts of more than one party. An example of this would be when a private school, church, community center, or daycare center has a duty to provide proper supervision of its premises and staff to make sure that the children in their care are safe from harm. If the church, private school, community center, or daycare center hires or allows a person that has a history of molestation or sexual assault to be around children, they may have violated their duty to protect children and negligently allowed a sexual assault or molestation to occur. Similarly, if a homeowner is taking care of someone else's child and allows someone with a history of sexual or violence with children, there may be a potential claim under homeowner's insurance, if the homeowner negligently allows the sexual predator to be alone with the child. Further, if the church, private school, community center, or daycare center allows strangers to access the premises or does not adequately screen or supervise its employees, and a child is molested as a result of the private school's, church's or daycare center's lack of care, the negligent conduct may support a legal cause of action for negligence.
Common intentional torts include sexual molestation, sexual assault, rape, battery, and child abuse. Many of these intentional torts will support a sexual molestation lawsuit or sexual assault lawsuit if the criminal is wealthy or if other parties are negligent in allowing the sexual predator to be alone with children in their care.
Texas Sexual Assault Lawyers Target Sex Cults, Coercion and Collateral Sex Traffickers, and Other Sex Criminals
Texas Sexual Assault Lawyer Jason Coomer works with other sexual assault and abuse lawyers throughout the State of Texas and the United States. As a Texas Sexual Assault and Molestation Lawyer, Jason Coomer, works with experienced legal teams to help individuals and groups of individuals seek compensation from those responsible for intentional torts. Further, they help individuals who have suffered sexual assault and molestation. These Texas Sexual Assault Law Suits can be extremely difficult as sexual predators typically take precautions to cover their wrongful actions. Knowing that sexual assault and molestation are wrong and against the law, many of these sexual predators set traps for young and innocent children. Additionally, many will not admit the heinous acts that they commit even after confronted. It is important to have Texas Sexual Assault & Molestation Lawyers that know how to locate evidence to prove a sexual assault and molestation law suit. It is also important to file a police report and obtain evidence and corroboration regarding the actions of sexual preditors.
Civil Sex Crime Lawyers Target Predators and Sex Traffickers Who Target Minors
In addition to sexual assault and molestation lawsuits, the Internet has created an environment where sexual predators can indecently exposure themselves to minors. If you have electronic proof that a person has intentionally indecently exposed themselves to a minor, it is important to contact the authorities as to the criminal act. If the sexual predator that did this has significant assets, it also may be worth it to file a civil indecent exposure law suit against this person. If the person does not have assets, but is living with someone that has significant assets and has provided the sexual predator with access to a computer, there also may be a potential claim against the person who allowed the indecent exposure to occur.
Texas Sexual Assault Lawyers and Civil Sex Crime Lawyers Help Identify Sexual Preditors and Prevent Ongoing Sex Crimes
If you are interested in pursuing a Texas sexual assault, sexual abuse, indecent exposure, or molestation law suit, contact Texas Sex Crime Lawyer, Jason Coomer. As a Texas Sexual Assault and Molestation Lawyer, he works with victims of sexual assaults, indecent exposures, and molestations to seek compensation from criminals and those responsible for letting sexual predators abuse, molest, or assault children. In providing strong representation on sexual assault, abuse, and molestation claims, Texas Sexual Assault Lawyer Jason Coomer commonly works with other civil sex crime lawyers throughout the United States and Texas.
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