Compassionate Sexual Abuse Attorneys in Greenville, South Carolina

At the David W. Martin Law Group, our Greenville sexual abuse lawyers skillfully and compassionately represent clients whose lives have been changed by sexual predators — whether they directly suffered the injuries or are the parents of children who were harmed during these unthinkable circumstances.

Our personal injury attorneys in Greenville County also know the amount of courage it takes to come forward and report any type of sexual abuse — especially when the perpetrator is someone they trusted.

We can help you transform your South Carolina sexual abuse claim into the opportunity to hold the person who hurt you or your child liable for the physical, emotional, and psychological harm they have caused, so each abuse victim and their family can take their lives back.

How Does South Carolina Define Sexual Abuse?

Much like the rest of the nation, sexual abuse in South Carolina is defined by any type of non-consensual sexual activity that occurs by force or by taking advantage of another.

That may include:

  • Harassment
  • Indecent exposure
  • Nonconsensual sexual gratification
  • Groping, fondling, or unwanted touching
  • Molestation
  • Forcing or coercing someone to perform a sexual act
  • Penetration of the victim’s body, also known as rape
  • Sexual relations with someone who cannot consent due to an impaired state
  • Sexual intercourse with anyone under 16

If you have suffered from sexual abuse, our Greenville sexual abuse attorneys can help you pursue the offender in civil court for the financial compensation you deserve to take the time you need to get the treatment you deserve to effectively survive the abuse and slowly moved forward with the healing process.

At the David W. Martin Law Group, our sexual abuse attorneys in Greenville will not only pursue the abusive party for their role in inflicting your overall injuries but will fully investigate your claim to include any additional parties who may be liable for allowing the abuse to occur or that deliberately covered up the abuse to avoid liability.

Who Can Be Held Liable for Sexual Abuse in Greenville, South Carolina?

One of the most upsetting components of pursuing a sexual abuse case is that the offender is often someone the person knows and trusts.

Some of the more common individuals and organizations that are pursued for sexual abuse claims may include, but are not limited to:

  • Childcare providers, including babysitters and daycare providers
  • Caretakers and employees in nursing homes and/or assisted living facilities
  • Organized group leaders
  • Sports league coaches and employees
  • Counselors of all types
  • Physicians and/or staff, including doctors, nurses, therapists, and psychologists
  • Sunday school teachers, youth group leaders, and other religious leaders
  • Public and private school teachers
  • Other minors with histories of sexual abuse

At the David W. Martin Law Group, our sexual abuse attorneys in Greenville focus on holding all the liable parties accountable for each of our client’s complete injuries.

That may include the employers and other employees, organizations, and businesses that allowed these acts to happen or continue. Because it is only when we can hold all the complicit parties accountable for our client’s sexual abuse can they begin to heal.

Where Can Sexual Abuse Injuries Take Place in Greenville, South Carolina?

Unfortunately, sexual predators work very hard to isolate their victims by preying on their vulnerabilities, which means whether the sexual abuse occurs once, or happens repeatedly, they will devise a plan to keep from getting caught. This typically occurs by threatening their victims to keep quiet.

That makes nearly any private, public, or even government establishment a possible venue for sexual abuse to occur.

Some of the more common places sexual abuse occurs in Greenville, South Carolina may include, but is not limited to:

  • Private homes and/or businesses
  • Professional offices
  • Educational institutions
  • Extracurricular activities and events
  • Sports organizations
  • Camps
  • Religious institutions
  • Volunteer organizations
  • Workplaces
  • Hotels and motels
  • Nursing homes and assisted living facilities

The most important thing we can impress upon our clients is that sexual abuse is never the victim’s fault, no matter where it occurs or who the offender is.

At the David W. Martin Law Group, our Greenville sexual abuse attorneys will fight for your right to take the control away from your abuser by holding them accountable for your injuries, so you can confidently move forward with the physical, emotional, and psychological treatment you deserve to fully heal.

How Will the David W. Martin Law Group Effectively Pursue My Sexual Abuse Case in Greenville, South Carolina?

At the David W. Martin Law Group, our experienced sexual abuse attorneys in Greenville, South Carolina provide a compassionate and sincere legal approach to producing results for our clients.

That begins by proving that an individual, organization, or both, were responsible for the sexual abuse our client suffered.

We must then prove that our client suffered injuries from that abuse, and that he or she is entitled to damages for their physical, emotional, and psychological damages.

Our skilled Greenville sexual abuse lawyers meet the burden of proof required in these cases by collecting physical evidence, including DNA, fibers, photos, recordings, or security footage of the abusive acts.

We will also collect and review medical records and the applicable testimony of the sexual abuse victim’s medical teams, including physicians and therapists, and family members and friends who can help explain how the abuse has affected our client’s overall quality of life.

Is There a Time Limit to File a Sexual Abuse Claim in South Carolina?

The Statute of Limitations for adult sexual abuse survivors to file a personal injury claim against their abuser is within three years of the date the abuse occurred.

For minor sexual abuse survivors, the limit is six years after they turn 21, or three years from the date they became aware of the connection between the injury and abuse — whichever of those two dates is the latter — to file a personal injury claim against their abuser.

Contact our Greenville Sexual Abuse Lawyers at the David W. Martin law Group Today to Schedule a Free Consultation 

At the David W. Martin Law Group, our Greenville sexual abuse attorneys want to help you and your family hold your abuser(s) liable for your financial recovery — and keep them from hurting another person going forward — so you can begin the healing process and take your life back. If you have been sexually abused, contact our Greenville sexual abuse lawyers at the David W. Martin Law Group to discuss your case during a free consultation by calling (803) 590-1958 today.

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