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Please note we cannot respond to or accept any information that relates to specifics of sexual abuse and encourage victims to seek local resources in their community. For specific legal information, victims should contact a local lawyer for assistance. Please note, there are limitation periods on making sexual assault claims and therefore it is essential that you contact a local lawyer immediately for information if you are interested in this.

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Disclaimer: All information on this page is of a general nature and may not apply to any specific circumstance. It is not to be construed as legal advice or presumed to be completely accurate, or infinitely up to date. If you have questions regarding your case, please contact a local lawyer immediately because there are time limitations on civil claims. Failure to contact a local lawyer immediately could prevent you from making a claim.
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