Child Abuse and Molestation Claims

Child Abuse and Molestation Claims

Children are precious and should be free to grow up without the fear of bad people doing bad things to them. As much as we wish we could be there to watch after them every minute of every day, we can’t. So we send them to professionals we feel we can trust to care for them in our absence.

Sadly, instances of child abuse and molestation at places like day care centers, summer camps, churches and schools continue to occur with alarming frequency.

If your child has suffered any type of harm at the hands of an adult who was supposed to be providing care or supervision, you should speak to an experienced child abuse attorney immediately about your options of holding the perpetrator accountable through a personal injury lawsuit.

Strong Advocates for You and Your Child

At Coppola Law, our lawyers represent victims in a variety of child abuse and molestation cases. Our personal injury lawyers have handled cases involving all types of misconduct, including sexual abuse, physical and emotional abuse, negligence and many others. We work diligently to hold the wrongdoers accountable and pursue all available remedies on your child’s behalf.

We understand that your child has been through a horrific ordeal. When you hire our firm, we will do everything we can to protect your child from having to relive the abuse through a difficult court proceeding. To the fullest extent possible, we will make court appearances on your behalf and work to minimize any additional trauma to your child.

Speak With a Compassionate Attorney About Your Child Abuse or Molestation Case

Contact our office today for a free initial consultation, to discuss your child abuse claim with a personal injury attorney. You can reach us by phone at 303-573-7777 or email our law office.

We are available during regular business hours and by appointment at other times. We handle most cases on a contingency fee basis. We don’t charge attorney fees unless we obtain monetary compensation for you.