BY: Sommers Schwartz | IN: Clergy Abuse
We often get calls from parents, family members and friends that are concerned their child or loved one is being sexually abused. There are certain signs one can look for. These signs can be physical and/or emotional. Oftentimes, you may see the emotional signs before you do physical evidence of abuse. If you are concerned you or a loved one has been sexually abused, please contact attorney Lisa Esser-Weidenfeller for a free, 100% confidential consultation.
There can be many emotional signs of sexual abuse. However, these same signs can be caused by other stress or trauma in a person’s life. That is why it is important to have a full understanding of the person’s day-to-day interactions and stressors. Emotional signs of sexual abuse may include:
Physical signs of sexual abuse are often not present, or kept hidden by the victim. Physical signs of this type of abuse can include:
If you see signs of physical sexual abuse, you should have your child or loved one evaluated immediately or call the police. There are many resources available to you. Experienced sexual abuse attorney Lisa Esser-Weidenfeller can walk you through the civil process and discuss your potential claim and the options you might have to obtain justice and compensation.
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