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24 Most Common Types of Claims a Sexual Abuse Lawyer handles

by Christian K. Lassen on Mar. 13, 2018

Accident & Injury Personal Injury 

Summary: Learn about the twenty four most common types of claims a sexual abuse lawyer handles

 These are the twenty-four main types of cases a sexual abuse attorney handles 

 #1. Priest sexual abuse

#2 Rabbi sexual abuse

#3 Teacher sexual abuse

#4 Coach sexual abuse

#5 Boy Scout sexual abuse

#6 Nursing home sexual abuse

#7 Baby sitter sexual abuse

#8 Institutional sexual abuse

#9 Jehovah’s Witness sexual abuse

#10 Minister sexual abuse

#11 Foster parent sexual abuse

#12 Child sexual abuse

#13 Child molestation

#14 Sexual abuse by neighbor

#15 Sexual abuse by family friend

#16 Sexual abuse by doctor

#17 Sexual abuse by physician

#18 Sexual abuse by therapist

#19 Psychologist sexual abuse

#20 Psychiatrist sexual abuse

#21 Lawyer sexual abuse

#22 Dentist sexual abuse

#23 Cub Scout Sexual abuse

#24 Girl Scout Sexual abuse

 

 When you need a sexual abuse lawyer who handles claims throughout the nation, best to call the Lassen Law Firm:

 

 The Lassen Law Firm

1515 Market St #1510

Philadelphia, PA 19102

215-510-6755

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