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California Child Victims Act:

New Law, New Hope


If you were sexually abused in California as a child, you now have the right to bring a claim and be compensated, regardless of how old you are or how long ago it happened.  

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Questions? Call us now: (212) 390-0100

The recent California Child Victims Act eliminates the statute of limitations for child sexual abuse crimes. That means sexual abuse survivors of any age may still sue for financial compensation in civil court. 

Important Note: The new law provides a three-year window for past abuse victims to file one-time-only civil claims, so please don’t delay.  

California Child Victims Act 

3-Year Window & Age 40 Limit
In 2019 revived SOL up to age 40 and 3-year window opened on January 1, 2020 for expired claims against perpetrators, other individuals, private organizations and government (2020- 22 open).

Dealing with the aftermath of sexual abuse can be overwhelming, but we’re here to advocate on your behalf. We dedicate 100% of our practice to representing survivors of sexual abuse in civil cases. Our attorneys are experienced and dedicated — we’ve already won over $200 million in verdicts and settlements in sex abuse cases. Contact us about your case: the consultation is FREE.

If We Don't Win, You Don't Pay

Call us. We’ll discuss your case confidentially and at no charge. If we take your case, it will be on contingency — that means you pay us nothing unless we win financial compensation for you.

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Because of the close proximity of the abusers and the difficulty in reporting sexual abuse, survivors typically do not speak out until adulthood, leaving many without recourse. The Child Victims Act recognizes this delayed reporting reality and extends the statute of limitations on child sexual abuse crimes to the age of 40 and 3-year window opened on January 1, 2020 for expired claims against perpetrators, other individuals, private organizations and government .

Start the Healing Process

Dealing with the aftermath of sexual abuse can be overwhelming, but we’re here to advocate on your behalf. We dedicate 100% of our practice to representing survivors of sexual abuse in civil cases. Our attorneys are experienced and dedicated — we’ve already won over $200 million in verdicts and settlements in sex abuse cases. Contact us about your case: the consultation is FREE.

3-Year Window & Age 40 Limit
In 2019 revived SOL up to age 40 and 3-year window opened on January 1, 2020 for expired claims against perpetrators, other individuals, private organizations and government (2020- 22 open).

Because of the close proximity of the abusers and the difficulty in reporting sexual abuse, survivors typically do not speak out until adulthood, leaving many without recourse. The Child Victims Act recognizes this delayed reporting reality and extends the statute of limitations on child sexual abuse crimes to the age of 40 in criminal cases and the age of 50 in civil cases. The bill also provides a three year-window to bring civil claims for victims regardless of how old they are or how long ago it happened.

California Child Victims Act 

A Law Firm for VICTIMS of SEXUAL ABUSE

A Law Firm for VICTIMS of SEXUAL ABUSE

Our attorneys are experienced at handling sexual abuse cases against various institutions, including but not limited to the Roman Catholic Church, the Baptist Church, the Episcopal Church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormons), and Jewish organizations. 

Our attorneys are experienced at handling sexual abuse cases against various institutions, including but not limited to the Roman Catholic Church, the Baptist Church, the Episcopal Church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormons), and Jewish organizations.