Sexual Assault

There is no greater betrayal than to be sexual abuse. And yet it is a violation older than time. In recent years there has been an increasing awareness of this tragic epidemic and there are many ways that companies can….and should…prevent sexual abuse. Thus, it is all the more tragic when companies fail to prevent the vulnerable from this heinous crime.

Sexual abuse can occur in the most unlikely places so much so that often times the families of victims have a difficult time believing that sexual abuse even occurred. We handle sexual abuse cases against:

  • Day care/Preschool/Aftercare
  • Clergy
  • Schools and campuses
  • Residential care and Assisted living facilities
  • Nursing homes
  • Hospitals
  • Camps
  • Youth Sport Leagues
  • Service industry
  • Medical facilities and clinics

The effects from sexual abuse may require years of therapy to recover. Victims of sexual abuse require the resources necessary to lead productive lives. We are a reliable and compassionate partner during this difficult time. We work with the victim and their family to help put your life back together.

Client Reviews
We use Tim Hoch to handle complex business litigation matters on a variety of topics. He combines a strategic, no-frills approach with a bottom-line mindset. He is extremely responsive, organized and thorough. We would gladly recommend his services.
In short order, he was able to quickly understand and master the details of our case and map out a very cost-effective, efficient legal strategy. After a series of quick wins in court, our opponent came to the table with a highly satisfactory settlement. Mr. Hoch’s ability to effectively tell a persuasive story within the confines of a courtroom is without equal. Anthony Page
Tim’s knowledge and insight regarding not just the law, but business and human nature in general was greatly appreciated and relied upon as we navigated through a difficult situation. Tim has my utmost admiration and respect both on a personal and professional basis. Phillip A. Reinsch