Fiumara Law empowers childhood sexual assault survivors by giving them a voice, along with the tools and assistance they need to help get through these traumatic events. Dealing with the immediate issues facing victims such as police involvement, state investigations, school meetings, phone calls from attorneys and investigators, media coverage, and lawsuits. The emotional devastation is often daunting, confusing, and stressful for victims and their families. Our office helps provide step-by-step roadmap for victims to take control and get their life back on track.

We are wholly dedicated to protecting the rights of sexual assault victims and survivors. Our compassionate, caring, and experienced attorneys will apply AB 218, the new law to your situation and work diligently to uncover whether criminal charges, a civil lawsuit – or both – can be filed against the perpetrator or negligent third party who is responsible for the abuse.

Childhood sexual assault cases committed by:

  • Teachers
  • Daycare workers
  • Scout leaders
  • Coaches
  • Religious leaders
  • Police officers
  • Health care providers
  • Foster parents
  • Neighbors or relatives
  • Other youth workers