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# Boy Scout Abuse Lawsuit

“I Just Froze Up And Pretended It Wasn’t Happening.”

You Are Not Alone.

The numbers are staggering and heartbreaking. So are the stories. According to the Boy Scouts of America’s own files, there have been more than 12,000 reported victims of sexual assault dating as far back as 1965. Yet many, many more survivors haven’t yet come forward. If you are among them, this is your final opportunity to take action and receive monetary compensation for the harm you suffered.

This is Your Last Chance for Restitution.

It Doesn’t Matter How Old You Are. The statute-of-limitations laws have been lifted for the BSA settlement fund, which means you can now file a claim and hold the BSA accountable for its appalling negligence regardless of how long ago the abuse occurred. You can be assured that your claim will be kept completely confidential and will not be filed with any court or public record. But the clock is running out.


The Bankruptcy Trust Is Already Established.

Filing a claim is not the same thing as filing a lawsuit, which can often take years. The BSA bankruptcy survivor compensation trust (pool of money) is already in place, but there are formal procedures about filing claims that must be adhered to. That is why we are working with one of the nation’s most dedicated sexual assault law firms to assist survivors and make sure that claim applications are submitted in a timely and accurate fashion.

They Knew.

The BSA knew all along about the abuse that was happening within its ranks. They even had a secret list known as the “Perversion Files” or “P Files” that included names of sex predators going all the way back to the early 1900’s. Tragically, the BSA did everything in its power to conceal these documents, allowing the abuses to go on. Instead of rooting out abusers, the BSA, like the Catholic Church, systematically protected pedophiles by allowing them to move from troop to troop.


They May Have Intimidated You Once but They Won’t Anymore. Send a Message by Being Part of This Historic Settlement.

The Shame Belongs to Them

Many abuse survivors, particularly men, have spent a lifetime thinking they are somehow to blame. It is important to remember that no matter the circumstances, time or place, you are not to blame. Morally bankrupt men, who often held positions of authority, were supposed to be protecting you.


We Stand for Justice.

A Case for Justice is an initiative by A Case for Women LLC.

Our mission is to help men and women who have been abused as a result of institutional negligence.

We educate the public about contingency-fee law firms with the intent of helping survivors receive monetary compensation though civil legal action.