Watch this video to learn about the child victim act statute of limitations and how to ensure your rights are protected before it’s too late.
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What is the statute of limitations for the Child Victims Act?
Something you need to know is that once the
Child Victims Act is enacted in the summer of 2019, any abuse that occurs thereafter, you’ve a much longer period of time to bring a claim on your behalf. The new statute will give a person until 55 years old to bring a civil claim and 28 years old to bring criminal charges against the perpetrator.
Were you or a loved one abused as a child and have questions about the child victims act statute of limitations? Contact a Buffalo clergy abuse lawyer at Andrews, Bernstein, Maranto and Nicotra today for a free confidential consultation and case evaluation. Let our experience work for you.
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