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Victims of Clergy & Institutional Abuse May Be Entitled To Compensation

Victims of Clergy & Institutional Abuse May Be Entitled To Compensation

those that have been abused by a member of the clergy are encouraged to come forward to receive a free legal case review.

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coming forward against the church

To date, thousands of victims have come forward to hold powerful members of the church accountable for instances of abuse and also for failing to hold abusers accountable. Reports allege that multiple officials within the church were aware of rampant abuse taking place, yet failed to alert authorities.

now, victims are coming forward to raise awareness of the deep cover-ups that have taken place. those that have been impacted are encouraged to come forward and receive a 100% free legal case review.

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clergy abuse news updates

2020

thanks to states expanding their statute of limitations on cases of abuse, thousands of victims have come forward to hold the church accountable for failing to protect them.

2019

over 1,000 instances of abuse were exposed to a jury after a court ruled that confidential documents are to be released.

2014

pope francis promises a "zero tolerance" policy towards any cases of abuse.

2011

THE AP® DISCOVERS THAT THE CHURCH DOES NOT MONITOR ACCUSED PRIESTS who have had reports of abuse filed against them and that many of these clergy members continue to work in the church even after being accused of abuse.

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