Victims of Crime
Have You Or A Loved One Been The Victim of A Crime?
If you or a loved one has suffered a personal injury from a criminal act, you may have the right to file a civil lawsuit and may be entitled to compensation. Regardless of the outcome of a criminal prosecution, if one was held, crime victims are able to file civil lawsuits against the offenders and responsible parties.
“Almost 19 million Americans are victimized by crime each year.” – National Crime Victim Bar Association
Physical pain, emotional distress, and grief caused by injuries can be overwhelming. In many personal injury cases, the added financial burden of the lost wages, medical bills, and other expenses can leave the victim with longer-lasting wounds like debt and bill collectors. Civil lawsuits provide victims with a means of compensation to help rebuild their lives. So if you’ve been the victim of a crime, don’t worry. You’re not alone—and not without options.
At Friedman | Rubin, former Senior Deputy Prosecutors Cheryl Snow and Roger Davidheiser have extensive experience and a track record of success in litigating both criminal and civil cases for victims of crime. We understand the sensitive nature of these cases requires both discretion and compassion in order to help you and your loved ones. We will work tirelessly for what is right, to build the strongest possible case for you.
If you have suffered personal injuries, emotional distress, or financial loss from a criminal act, you may be entitled to compensation. Don’t wait, the statute of limitations on civil cases can vary based on your case and location. If you believe you have a claim, you should contact our expert team immediately.