Coach Sexual Abuse
When children participate in sports, families entrust coaches with their child’s physical and mental well-being. If a coach violates that trust by sexually abusing a child, they should be brought to justice. If a school or athletic program fails to provide proper oversight or actively shields a coach from investigation, they too should be held accountable.
In many sexual abuse cases, there are statutes of limitations that limit the window of time available to take action. If you are a survivor of sexual abuse it’s important to speak with an attorney as soon as possible.
How PCVA Can Help
Our firm has played a significant role in helping families obtain justice for young athletes who were subjected to sexual abuse at the hands of a coach. PCVA attorneys are not only nationally recognized litigators who have recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for survivors of sexual abuse — but we are parents ourselves, and work to not only recover damages, but help the healing process.
If a coach has abused you or someone you love, our lawyers can investigate your case and take it to trial. Speak to a lawyer for free by reaching out via our online intake form or calling us at (253) 948-3199 or (206) 536-2850. All conversations are confidential. We represent clients throughout Washington state and the country.
Recently, we represented two former students who were groomed and sexually abused for years by their soccer coach, David Cross, while the Black Hills Football Club stood idly by. Our tenacious attorneys took on the case and obtained a $3.75 million settlement on their behalf.
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