Massage Envy Lawyers in South Carolina
At the David W. Martin Law Group, our massage envy sexual abuse attorneys in South Carolina are advocates for survivors across the state who need our experience, skill, and support to hold their abusers liable for the financial recovery they may be entitled to for their injuries.
That is true for all sexual abuse survivors that suffered physical, emotional, and psychological injuries at the hands of a company or organization’s employees, no matter the industry.
We champion their cause by ensuring their voices are heard and respected during our civil claims and will do the same for the women of South Carolina who have been sexually abused in Massage Envy locations across the state.
We want to give everyone who has suffered sexual abuse at the hands of Massage Envy employees the strength and courage to come forward.
How Often is Sexual Abuse Occurring at Massage Envy Locations in South Carolina?
Massage Envy is the largest massage chain in the U.S. with more than 20,000 therapists and 1,200 locations nationwide.
The popular massage chain currently provides massage services in 49 states – including 22 locations in South Carolina – and boasts on its website through a press release that they have given over 100 million massages and facials since the company was founded in 2002.
Currently, hundreds of women across the United States have been bravely coming forward to address the sexual abuse they have endured while pursuing self-care appointments at Massage Envy locations throughout the country.
These brave women are telling their stories, alleging the successful massage chain covered up, did not report, or take suitable steps to address complaints of sexual harassment or assault by their massage therapists.
Sexual misconduct has been reported throughout Massage Envy locations in several different states, citing lawsuits, police reports, and other official documents, explaining how the chain mishandled or ignored many of the hundreds of cases of sexual abuse in their facilities — some of which accuses some of the same massage therapists at the same locations during their sessions.
If this has happened to you or someone you love, contact our experienced massage envy sexual abuse attorneys in South Carolina today to schedule a free consultation to learn more about your rights and how we can help get justice for the abuse you have suffered at any Massage Envy location.
Massage Envy Complaints Allege Intentional Concealment of Sexual Abuse
Ongoing legal complaints against Massage Envy outline the chain’s failures to provide basic safety to clients in a most vulnerable setting but also lists how the chain systematically and intentionally collaborated to hide the rampant problem of massage therapists sexually assaulting customers throughout the country at Massage Envy franchise locations.
According to the legal documents, the company’s customer agreements contain hidden clauses that surrender their clients’ rights to report inappropriate behavior or sexual abuse and highlights how the chain is not required to report allegations to the appropriate licensing boards to face the consequences of their behavior.
Many former employees have also reported training that discouraged police interaction, which led to prior complaints of sexual assault by customers never going any further than the manager of the Massage Envy location, which allowed their massage therapists to continue preying on vulnerable clients.
If you have been sexually abused by an employee in a Massage Envy location, our South Carolina sexual abuse lawyers want to help you understand your legal rights, so you can regain your dignity and integrity while pursuing the financial recovery you are entitled to for your physical, emotional, and psychological injuries, beginning right now with a free consultation.
Have You Been Sexually Abused at a South Carolina Massage Envy Location?
If you have been sexually abused during a massage session at a Massage Envy in South Carolina, contact our experienced personal injury attorneys who can help you hold both the predator and their employer liable for your injuries by calling the David W. Martin Law Group today at (803) 548-2468 to discuss your case.