It’s Time For Truth
It’s time for your voice to be heard. It’s time to hold institutions accountable for covering up decades of sexual abuse. It’s your time. If you are a survivor of sexual abuse in California, a new law gives you the chance to expose your offender and pursue justice publicly or anonymously, as a John or Jane Doe. This includes abuse committed by:
A priest or other member of the clergy
A Boy Scout leader, Scoutmaster, or other BSA volunteer
A teacher, coach, or other authority figure
It’s time for healing. It’s time for accountability. It’s time for you to share what happened to you to help prevent similar abuse from happening to others.
California Child Victims Act
Starting January 1, 2020, the California Child Victims Act (AB 218) opened a three-year window for California child sexual assault survivors of any age to file claims against their perpetrators and the institutions responsible, no matter when the abuse occurred. The window closed on December 31, 2022.
If you were sexually abused by a priest, Scout leader, counselor, teacher, coach or other trusted adult in California, you still have rights. We want to help you. Contact our California office confidentially at 1-800-ITS-TIME today.
We Want to Help. Your Privacy Will be Protected
Every survivor of child sexual abuse should be allowed to come forward when he or she is ready. If you decide to contact us and share your story, we want you to know that your privacy will be respected and protected. We have worked with child sexual abuse survivors for over 30 years and understand how difficult it is to take this step. Your identity will remain confidential throughout the entire process.
When you call the advocates at Jeff Anderson & Associates you will speak to an experienced sexual abuse lawyer. We have the ability to support, protect and guide sexual abuse survivors in California on their journey towards justice and healing. Call confidentially now: 1-800-ITS-TIME
You Are Not Alone. We Are Here to Help.
It’s time for justice. It’s time to bring the truth out into the light. It’s time for accountability and healing. Before making a decision concerning such serious and sensitive matters, we encourage all survivors of priest sexual abuse to consult with legal counsel before proceeding with a claim against the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, Archdiocese of San Francisco, Diocese of Fresno, Diocese of Monterey, Diocese of Oakland, Diocese of Orange, Diocese of Sacramento, Diocese of San Bernardino, Diocese of San Diego, Diocese of San Jose, Diocese of Santa Rosa, or the Diocese of Stockton.
Share your story. Take legal action. Call us today.