Foster Care Sexual Abuse

Children in foster or adoptive homes are uniquely vulnerable to sexual abuse. Often, sexual predators use foster and adoptive home situations to prey on children, including foster/adoptive parents, people associated with foster/adoptive families or fellow foster/adoptive siblings.

Failure To Run Background Checks

Background checks and proper vetting can prevent child sex abuse in foster and adoptive homes. Sometimes, though, foster and adoptive care providers fail to perform protective measures adequately. Our attorneys have experience bringing cases against institutions that place children in dangerous situations, like foster companies, or state and county agencies that place children.

Get A Confidential, Free, No-Obligation Case Assessment

If you or a loved one experienced sexual abuse due to the failure of a foster company or state agency, email us or call at 800-724-5785 to get started learning your rights and no cost.