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Boy Scouts Sexual Abuse

For decades, the Boy Scouts of America (“BSA”) have looked the other way while Scoutmasters, scout leaders, and other volunteers of the BSA have broken bonds of trust by perpetrating abhorrent sexual abuse against children. Gregory J. Cannata & Associates successfully represents those who have suffered physical and psychological injuries due to that abuse. Our team of experienced attorneys understands that these cases must be handled with compassion and sensitivity, and yet are relentless in the pursuit for justice for child sex abuse survivors.

If you or someone you know was abused by a Scoutmaster, scout leader, or other volunteer of the BSA, we are here to help. Gregory J. Cannata & Associates, LLP has worked with survivors of sexual abuse by BSA volunteers and leaders. Our attorneys will get you the justice you deserve.

ACT NOW – THE TIME TO FILE IS LIMITED

IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING BOY SCOUTS CHAPTER 11 BANKRUPTCY

On February 18, 2020, the Boy Scouts of America (“BSA”) filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy. Recently, the Bankruptcy Court set a deadline of November 16, 2020, by which all survivors of child sexual abuse by a BSA volunteer or employee must formally file a claim. It is urgent that you act now. If a claim is not filed by November 16, 2020, you may be denied any compensation from the Boy Scouts of America.

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