Boy Scout Sexual Abuse
The Boy Scouts of America’s website states that its programs and activities allow children to:
- Provide service to others
- Build self-confidence
- Reinforce ethical standards
- Try new things
As a parent, you never expected your child to encounter sexual abuse within this organization. Unfortunately, many Boy Scout members have experienced sexual abuse during their time in scouting. It can destroy a child’s self-confidence and goes against all of society’s ethical standards.
At Eisenberg, Rothweiler, Winkler, Eisenberg & Jeck, P.C., located in Philadelphia, wehelp you take a stand against acts of abuse that threatened your child’s development and wellbeing.
A HISTORY OF COVER UPS
For decades, the Boy Scouts of America hid alleged acts of child sexual abuse by scoutmasters from the public’s view. These scoutmasters and troop leaders were either quietly dismissed or allowed to continue in the same position without repercussion. They should have been turned into the authorities.
Only recently has light been shed on the magnitude of sexual abuse within the organization. Sexual abuse, however, continues despite the new public awareness of the matter.
HOW CAN WE HELP?
You and an experienced attorney will sit down to discuss your situation in a comfortable atmosphere when you visit our firm. We stand available to answer any initial questions and determine if pursuing compensation in a personal injury lawsuit is in your best interests.
We will aggressively pursue maximum compensation if we decide to move forward with a case. However, we realize that money cannot resolve all of your issues. Thus, we team with professional counselors and therapists to ensure our clients get the treatment and care they need.
CONTACT A PHILADELPHIA ATTORNEY FOR BOY SCOUT SEXUAL ABUSE CASES
Please contact our law office online today to schedule your free and confidential consultation. You may also call our firm at 215-546-6636 (toll free at 866-569-3400 ) to speak with an experienced injury lawyer.
We accept all cases on a contingency fee basis — you will not pay any fees unless we get results.