Clergy Sexual Abuse in New Jersey
If you were sexually abused by a priest or other Catholic clergy in New Jersey, we want to help. Our law firm of legal professionals and advocates has more than three decades of experience working with survivors of sexual abuse and litigating cases against Catholic dioceses and religious orders nationwide. In early 2019, we partnered with New Jersey child sexual abuse attorney and survivor advocate Greg Gianforcaro—who, like us—has been working in this space for more than three decades to ensure that we put the greatest New Jersey knowledge, experience, passion and tenacity to work for survivors of sexual abuse by clergy.
Our advocates in New Jersey are dedicated to helping survivors of priest sexual abuse. We will listen to your story and work tirelessly in response to the injustice you have suffered. We will support, protect and guide you along your journey toward justice and healing. Contact us today. Your information will remain completely confidential.
New Rights for Survivors: The New Jersey Victims’ Rights Bill
On May 13, 2019, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed the Victims’ Rights Bill into law, effectively reforming the statute of limitations for child sexual abuse survivors in New Jersey. See how the New Jersey Victims’ Rights Bill may help you.
All claims under the New Jersey Victims’ Rights Bill must be filed by November 30, 2021. Time is limited. Contact us confidentially today.
The Anderson Report: Sexual Abuse in the Archdiocese and Dioceses of New Jersey
This report contains the names of diocesan priests, religious order priests, deacons, nuns, and religious brothers and sisters associated with Catholic Dioceses in the State of New Jersey, including those of whom were assigned within, working in, or living within the Archdiocese and Dioceses in New Jersey who have been accused of sexual misconduct. This includes the Archdiocese of Newark and Dioceses of Trenton, Camden, Paterson, and Metuchen. The information in this Anderson Report is derived from publicly available sources, claims made by survivors to the dioceses and religious orders responsible for the offenders, and legal settlements made as a result of claims for sexual abuse. All individuals should be considered innocent until proven guilty. Download the report.