Child Victims Act

If you or a loved one was sexually abused as a child, it is not too late to bring forward a claim. Learn more about New York’s Child Victims Act in this video.


What is the Child Victims Act?


Child Victims Act The Child Victims Act is a law that was recently passed that gives victims of child abuse an opportunity to file claims, even if they happened 30 to 50 years ago. If you’re over the age of 55, you have until August 20, 2020 to file a claim. If you’re under 55, you have until you’re age 55 to file this claim. It’s important that, if you have a claim that’s older, and you’re in your 50s, you have to act on this right away to make sure that it’s preserved and filed timely.

Were you or a loved one sexually abused as a child in New York and have questions about the Child Victims Act?
Contact the experienced Buffalo sexual abuse attorneys at Chiacchia & Fleming LLP today to schedule a free consultation.
Our compassionate and understanding lawyers vow to hold the perpetrators accountable and get you the full compensation you deserve.

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