On May 27, 2019, Arizona’s legislature passed a law that will open the statute of limitations on claims of childhood sexual abuse that were previously time barred. Specifically, victims of childhood sexual abuse will have until December 31, 2020 to bring claims. These claims can be brought against persons who were not the perpetrator of the abuse “if that person knew or otherwise had actual notice of any misconduct that created an unreasonable risk of sexual conduct or sexual contact.”
The time to pursue these cases is very limited and there are many caveats with the new law, so survivors are encourage to promptly contact us for a no-fee consultation to discuss their legal options.
Abused in a religious group like the Catholic church, the Mormon church, or Jehovah’s Witnesses?
Abused in the Boy Scouts, youth sports, at a summer camp, YMCA, in Big Brothers/Big Sisters, or another organization?
Abused by a teacher, principal, or other staff member at a private school or academy?
Abused at a hospital, doctor's office, or any other medical institution?
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