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New York Archdiocese

posted on Wednesday, February 28th, 2018

People place a lot of trust in their religious leaders. They rely upon their spiritual leaders to provide guidance and to serve as role models within the church. These spiritual leaders have a sacred duty to lookout for the welfare of there followers. This is especially true when it comes to children, who are extremely […]


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Increase the Statue of Limitations for Abuse Victims

posted on Friday, February 23rd, 2018

Why the Statute of Limitations on Child Sex Abuse should be lengthened The advocates at Alonso Krangle LLP and fightforvictims.com know that certain crimes are far more difficult to report than others. Seeking justice for childhood sexual abuse can be traumatic. Alonso Krangle is a clergy sexual abuse fighter with decades of experience in vindicating the rights […]


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Survivor of Sexual Child Abuse?

posted on Monday, February 19th, 2018

A new digital advertisement has been procured by a survivor of sexual child abuse, that implores other victims and those who support the Child Victims Act, to reach out and contact Governor Cuomo, Senate leader John Flanagan and Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie. “Call them out” read the words across the ad, along with pictures of […]


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Catholic Church, Sexual Abuse and Misconduct

posted on Thursday, February 15th, 2018

The Catholic Church is not a stranger to accusations of sexual abuse and misconduct amongst priests and church leaders. There is an extensive history of the Church sheltering Catholic leaders who have been charged with sexual misconduct. In the United States, the Catholic Church has required all priests to disclose any cases or occurrences of […]


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Sexual Harassment: Quid Pro Quo

posted on Monday, January 29th, 2018

The most recognized form of sexual harassment in the work place is Quid pro quo. This abuse is shaped when an employer or person in a higher position than the victim, uses job security, interest in salary increase or any other employment condition to be traded by a sexual favor stipulation. The denial of this […]


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Child Victims Act, a Moral Obligation

posted on Monday, January 29th, 2018

The state of New York currently has a law that protects most sex offenders against prosecution once the abused child turns 23 (five years after the child turns 18). The victim can only file a suit against the abuser before their 23rd birthday mark. Emotional, physical and mental unhealth are often associated with the residual […]


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Defective C-Qur Mesh Device

posted on Friday, January 26th, 2018

Patients who suffer from hernias or wounds caused by trauma or surgery, require special medical devices to reinforce proper repair. A synthetic mesh-like material can be used to reduce the likelihood of a hernia returning in the future and aiding in the reconstruction of a traumatic laceration. Unfortunately, a number of individuals who have undergone […]


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Sexual Harassment at the Workplace

posted on Friday, January 26th, 2018

Sexual harassment is a direct violation of title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. This title is a federal law that disallows discrimination in employment on the basis of sex, race, skin color and religion. Despite this law in place, there are many employees that undergo this type of harassment on a daily […]


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Defects in Seatbelts

posted on Friday, January 26th, 2018

As safety precautions rise in automobile manufacturing and law enforcement, a decline in injuries and deaths in car accidents have declined significantly. Seatbelts are perhaps the most functional piece of security for a driver or passenger. However, in the event of an accident, some seatbelts have failed because of design error or assembly, leading to […]


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Nursing Home Abuse Continues to Grow

posted on Thursday, January 25th, 2018

Senior citizens in need of care and reside in nursing homes are being abused by the very people that are paid to take care of them. This atrocity is occurring at an alarming rate in our country. There are currently over three million adults living in elderly care facilities in the United States. On average, […]


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