NY Governor Extends Look Back Window for child Victims Act
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BREAKING NEWS, August 3, 2020: Today NY Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a bill into law extended the look-back window for victims to file claims under the Child Victims Act, regardless of how long ago the alleged abuse occurred.

This law now gives the long-suffering victims of childhood sexual abuse an additional year, until August 14, 2021, to bring their claims.

Slater Slater Schulman LLP is dedicated to the confidential representation of individuals and families who have suffered from the global consequences of childhood sexual abuse. Our firm is handling litigation related to these claims nationwide, with specific concentration on the Child Victims Act claims in the following states:

If you or someone you love was a victim of childhood sexual abuse and would like to file a claim, please contact our dedicated CVA attorneys for a free consultation by filling out the form on this page or by calling our office at (800) 251-6990.

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