We Help Abuse Survivors.
You are not alone, but you must act now.

The Boy Scouts of America filed for bankruptcy in February 2020.  We represent many people with claims against the Boy Scouts, including dozens whose lawsuits resulted in the bankruptcy, and we are actively involved with the bankruptcy process. If you filed a claim in the bankruptcy, click here to learn about your right to pursue more compensation.  If you did not file a claim in the bankruptcy, please contact us to learn your legal options as you may still be able to pursue compensation.

Call (888) 416-7786 to schedule a confidential and free legal consultation.

Attorneys for Abuse Survivors.
You are not alone, but you must act now.

The Boy Scouts of America filed for bankruptcy in February 2020.  We represent many people with claims against the Boy Scouts, including dozens whose lawsuits resulted in the bankruptcy, and we are actively involved with the bankruptcy process. If you filed a claim in the bankruptcy, click here to learn about your right to pursue more compensation.  If you did not file a claim in the bankruptcy, please contact us to learn your legal options as you may still be able to pursue compensation.

Call (888) 416-7786 to schedule a confidential and free legal consultation.

BANKRUPTCY COURT ENDORSES OUR POSITIONS — GIVING SURVIVORS A CHOICE:  After abuse survivors voted to reject the BSA’s first settlement proposal, we worked hard to negotiate new terms that give survivors the right to pursue more compensation and to pursue more evidence about their claim.  Click here to learn more about the judge’s decision and what it means for you, including your important rights that we negotiated.

Estimated Recovery Calculator:  We put together an “Estimated Recover Calculator” to help our clients and other survivors determine how much they are estimated to receive under the BSA’s proposed bankruptcy plan if they choose not to do more work regarding their claim.  You can access the calculator by clicking here.  We feel this information is important for survivors to know so that they can decide whether to pursue their right to pursue more compensation.  If you don’t understand your rights, please contact us.

Boy Scout Claim Numbers by State, Council, and Chartering Organization:  The “Tort Claimants Committee,” which is a committee of abuse survivors appointed by the bankruptcy court to represent the interests of all abuse survivors, published a report that details the approximate number of claims filed in each state, the number of claims filed against each local council, and the number of claims filed against each chartering organization.  Some councils are facing more than 1,000 claims.  Please click here to read more about the report, including a link to download the whole report.

Interviews Regarding the Boy Scouts Bankruptcy:  Some of our clients have decided to speak out regarding the Boy Scouts bankruptcy and what it means to them.  Our lawyers have also been featured in a number of news stories about the bankruptcy because of our long history of helping Boy Scout abuse survivors and our work in a large number of the Catholic bankruptcies.  You can read or watch some of the stories by clicking on the links below:

You can read more stories involving our clients and attorneys by clicking here.

News Coverage of our Clients and Attorneys

You can watch or read about some of our client’s stories, as well as interviews with some of our lawyers.  Our clients who are featured in these stories chose to come forward and share their experiences.

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