Jeffrey Epstein’s estate opened a fund to compensate sexual abuse victims. The fund closed in August, paying roughly $121 million to more than 135 survivors.
Boy Scouts proposes $850 million settlement to sexual abuse survivors. Insurance companies could potentially be required to contribute billions more.
California bishops filed motions challenging law AB 218. The law expands legal opportunities for child sex abuse victims, including a 3-year “look back” window.
Colorado lawmakers passed a bill to open a 3-year “look back” window. Many older survivors of child sexual abuse will have a renewed chance to seek justice.
The extended “look back” window for New York child sexual abuse claims closes August 14, 2021. Some survivors have limited time left to seek legal justice.
A priest abuse survivor accepted a six-figure settlement from the Hartford Archdiocese. This is one of many settlements paid by the Connecticut archdiocese.