Maryland is an average sized state with 20 counties and one independent cities. Due to it’s size MD has five Diocese to serve the entire state. The Catholic Archdiocese of Arlington serves Catholics in the Maryland, Delaware, Washington D.C. and Northern Virginia areas. If you suspect your child has been the victim of clergy member sex abuse or Catholic priest sex abuse contact our Annapolis Maryland child injury lawyers today.
Our Arlington, Virginia child injury lawyers handle child sexual abuse injury claims against the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Arlington and all Northern Virginia, Washington D.C. & Baltimore area Catholic churches, schools and sports teams.
Liability In Roman Catholic Diocese Of Arlington Sex Abuse Claims
No matter who committed the abuse whether it was a priest, nun, teacher, lay teacher or sports coach the Catholic church is responsible for your child injuries, medical bills, emotional pain and psychological suffering. Let our team of Archdiocese of Arlington child injury lawyers defend your child’s right and get them the benefits and financial compensation they need to move on.
Reporting Child Sex Abuse Cases Against A Church Or Diocese
It is very important that you report your child’s injuries and abuse to the police. You should also report it to the church immediately. Getting your child medical care as soon as possible is also very important. Our Roman Catholic Diocese of Baltimore injury lawyers will do everything necessary to help you and your child legally and financially.
The Impact Of Child Sexual Abuse
Children are not emotionally equipped to deal with most things adults deal with. This has to do with both emotional and physical maturity. Issues an adult faces after a childhood injury or traumatic event can impact their lives on different levels. As childhood sexual abuse is one of the most traumatizing things a child can endure it stands to reason that issues after the fact can be:
- Drop in grades
- Decrease in church and or religious activities
- Advanced knowledge of sexual activities or sex in general
- An inability trust others
- Trouble sitting or walking
As you can see there are many different signs and symptoms of childhood sexual abuse. Some are present now and others are deeper and may not manifest for some time well into adulthood.
Contact Our Roman Catholic Diocese Of Arlington Child Injury Attorneys
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