No Voice Should Go Unheard
Exposing The Truth After A Sexual Abuse Cover-Up
Most adults and children defer to authority figures and institutions without question. We trust that these leaders will act honorably and support our best interests at all times.
This trust can be abused when organizations put their interests before others’. It is shameful but not rare that schools, community programs, hospitals and corporations will act aggressively to protect their reputations when a sexual abuse survivor files a claim alleging misconduct, assault or abuse.
These businesses and groups have lawyers to defend them, and so should you. I am Debbie Nelson, advocate for abuse victims in Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia. You can count on me to stand up for you after your abuse claim is covered up.
Ready To Challenge Those Who Broke The Law To Protect Predators
There are a variety of reasons few abuse survivors file reports against their abusers. For those who do, it can feel like another violation when their claims are ignored or disputed. They may face retaliation or harassment. If you have experienced this situation, you may feel that you have no legal options.
But you do. I have practiced law for over two decades, representing countless individuals and families in and out of the courtroom. I have a vast understanding of abuse victims’ rights and the legal process, which I use to hold those responsible accountable.
The organization or institution may not have engaged in the abusive act. However, these groups act unlawfully when they do not take appropriate measures against your abuser or engage in a cover-up. When you trust me to take your case, I will do everything in my power to expose the truth so you receive the justice that you deserve.
I Am Here To Give You Support And Skilled Advice. Speak With Me Today.
I am committed to your case from start to finish. Begin the process by arranging your free and confidential consultation with me. You can reach my Cincinnati office by calling 513-665-0014 or by completing my online contact form.