I’m working with the law firm Motley Rice LLC letting former Boy Scouts know that they can file a claim for compensation if they experienced sexual abuse while a scout.*
The Boy Scouts of America filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy and is accepting claims from survivors for possible compensation.
Motley Rice is one of the largest plaintiffs’ law firms, allowing them to take on big cases. Lawyers with the firm took on Big Tobacco and led negotiations for the resulting Master Settlement Agreement, and they represent families who lost loved ones and survivors of 9/11.
Now Motley Rice is helping Boy Scout survivors of sexual abuse file claims and negotiating on behalf of survivors of abuse related to the compensation fund.
If you were sexually abused as a Boy Scout, you are not alone.
You also can learn more about the Boy Scouts of America bankruptcy at the claims and noticing agent’s website.
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Motley Rice is primarily located at 28 Bridgeside Blvd., Mount Pleasant, SC 29464, with offices in other locations including New York at 777 Third Ave., 27th Floor, New York, NY 10017 and Rhode Island at 55 Cedar St., Ste. 100, Providence, RI 02903.
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*I am a paid spokesperson and consultant for Motley Rice. I am not a Motley Rice client.
Bridie Farrell is an advocate on behalf of survivors of childhood sexual abuse and exploitation. She is a frequent commentator in the media and a distinguished speaker about issues related to child abuse.
Bridie is a national leader for survivors of child sexual abuse and exploitation.
Bridie founded America Loves Kids, a nonprofit that focuses on:
Educating the public about child sexual abuse.
Connecting survivors to resources, particularly legal counsel, to help them get the support they want.
Working with elected leaders to design law and policy that protects children, prevents, and seeks to eliminate abuse.