Whether it is too late to sue USC for the George Tyndall sexual abuse lawsuit depends on the facts of your case. If you were a victim of George Tyndall, it is best to contact a USC sexual abuse lawsuit lawyer right away.
A Lawyer Will Protect Your Rights as a USC Sexual Abuse Victim
Coming forward as a sexual abuse victim is difficult enough. That is why you want a legal advocate who understands the challenges of these kinds of lawsuits. Andy Rubenstein of D. Miller & Associates, PLLC represents more than 100 of the USC sexual abuse victims.
You may be able to hold Dr. Tyndall or the University of Southern California (USC) accountable for sexual abuse if you or a loved one was a patient of Dr. Tyndall between 1989 and 2016. The allegations against George Tyndall also reveal that his employer, USC, may have concealed many complaints and reports of sexual abuse.
Our law firm welcomes potential plaintiffs who will join the other courageous women determined to hold all liable parties accountable.
You Deserve a Confidential Legal Advocate
Your lawyer will ask for information from you about your own experience. Everything you say to your lawyer is considered privileged information. Our firm upholds the highest standards of professionalism and confidentiality.
The allegations against George Tyndall include:
- Inappropriate touching or probing during medical exams
- Taking photographs during exams
- Using sexually suggestive language and innuendos
- Making racist remarks to patients
- Asking inappropriate and unnecessary personal questions
- Conducting pelvic and breast exams without a nurse or other authorized representative
If you are a victim of George Tyndall at USC, talking to a member of our legal team is the first step in holding Tyndall and USC accountable. Your action could help bring justice to hundreds of other victims.
Financial Recovery in the George Tyndall Sexual Abuse Lawsuit
We cannot take away the reality of sexual abuse, but a lawyer can seek financial recovery on your behalf. The trauma from sexual abuse is often crippling. Your lawyer will seek recovery if you were unable to work or to advance professionally due to your mental anguish and pain and suffering.
In addition to financial damages from not being able to fully function at work, you may be entitled to receive damages for:
- Counseling and emotional treatment
- Pain and suffering
- Mental anguish
- Loss of consortium
It is probably not too late to sue USC in the George Tyndall sexual abuse lawsuit. Please share your story with a lawyer who can pursue recovery for your injuries and damages.
Why USC Shares the Blame for George Tyndall’s Sexual Abuse
Andy Rubenstein of D. Miller & Associates, PLLC is the attorney for more than 100 USC sexual abuse victims. These plaintiffs name both George Tyndall and USC as liable parties.
The law recognizes a few types of liability. Among these is vicarious liability. These legal doctrines can hold an employer legally responsible for an employee’s actions if the following is true:
- The worker is classified as an employee, not an independent contractor or consultant.
- The employee is in the course and scope of his employment at the time the abuse took place.
- The employee is engaging in activities for which he or she was hired.
According to many media outlets, USC was aware of numerous reports of sexual abuse and misconduct during the nearly three decades that Tyndall worked at the health center. In fact, the school allowed Tyndall to quietly resign in 2016 without pressing charges or making a formal complaint. Tyndall continues to deny the many charges filed against him.
A sexual abuse lawsuit lawyer will make sure that all liable parties are held accountable for their negligent actions or omissions.
Building a Strong Case for the George Tyndall Sexual Abuse Lawsuit
It is clear from the many documents released to the public and the ongoing media coverage that plaintiffs have a compelling case. While there are no guarantees when seeking recovery through the court, our firm has successfully obtained recovery for many clients in other cases.
Please do not delay and potentially miss your opportunity to seek the financial recovery you may be entitled to receive. A lawyer with our firm will seek justice and recovery.
It may not be too late to sue USC for the George Tyndall sexual abuse lawsuit. You may be able to take part in an approved federal class action settlement. Please call D. Miller & Associates, PLLC today at (713) 850-8600 for a confidential free case evaluation. Our lawyers work on a contingency basis.
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