For generations, children and youth have enjoyed the benefits of involvement in youth organizations such as the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, athletic programs, 4H club, Little League, music groups and more. These organizations can be a wonderful way to get your children involved in their community and teach specific skills, including self-sufficiency and civic-mindedness.
Unfortunately, these youth organizations can also be a target for sexual predators, who see an opportunity to privately interact with vulnerable, trusting children and youth.
Sexual abuse at the hands of a youth program employee can have devastating, life-lasting results, and nothing is more important than seeking healing, closure and justice for the victim.
Organizations Must Protect Children From Sexual Predators
It is up to these organizations to provide a safe environment for children, and it is essential that they adopt the right policies, procedures and screenings to protect children. If they have failed in their duty, civil litigation can help bring the perpetrators and responsible third parties to justice.
If your child has been sexually abused while in a youth program in the U.S., Andreozzi + Foote can provide compassionate but aggressive representation for your family to seek justice and ensure that such abuse does not happen again.
Call our lawyers at 866-694-2307 for a free, confidential consultation.
Representing Clients Across the Country In Youth Program Sexual Abuse Cases
We have extensive experience handling sexual abuse and assault cases against youth organizations. Some institutions will try to cover their tracks, rather than expose the perpetrator and take corrective action. Don’t let this happen to you.
Schedule online or call an experienced attorney now at 866-311-8640 to confidentially discuss your case. Together we can fight for closure, justice, and compensation to bring these heinous cases to light and help protect future children.
We have offices located in Harrisburg, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, New Jersey, New York, and Arizona.