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Indio Juvenile Hall Lawsuit Lawyer

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Are you an adult who was sexually abused while incarcerated at Indio Juvenile Hall? Are you the parents of a juvenile inmate who was subjected to sexual misconduct by a juvenile hall staff member? Our law firm is here to advise you on your rights and help you obtain justice in the form of monetary damages.

Indio Juvenile Hall, located at 47665 Oasis St, Indio, CA 92201, is one of three youth detention centers operated by the Riverside County Probation Department. Children at these facilities have a wide range of issues, from mental health disorders to adjudications for serious crimes. Regardless of why they ended up at Indio Juvenile Hall, all inmates deserve fair and compassionate treatment that’s geared toward rehabilitation rather than punishment.

Sadly, we know that many of these kids are punished on a daily basis from emotional, physical, and sexual abuse. And most of these incidents could have been stopped or prevented had the people in charge taken immediate action to protect the inmate. But negligence is a consistent pattern of behavior by facility administrators, which is why a culture of child abuse has existed at these facilities for so many years.

The attorneys of DTLA Law Group have decades of litigation experience on behalf of sexual abuse victims in government institutions. We know that you may have kept the secret of sexual assault of yourself for many years, and ultimately, filing a lawsuit is completely up to you. But we hope you’ll give us a chance to educate you on the process and answer any questions you have during a free, private consultation.

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Am I Eligible for a Lawsuit against Indio Juvenile Hall?

Yes, you qualify for an Indio Juvenile Hall sexual abuse lawsuit if you were subjected to acts of sexual misconduct by an adult at the facility. Essentially, this includes any type of interaction between adults and minors (individuals under 18 years old), such as grooming, sexually explicit conversations, inappropriate touching, oral sex, and intercourse.

Prior to the age of 18, an individual cannot legally consent to sexual activity, thus the application of force is not a relevant factor. Even if the inmate believes that there was a loving relationship, any sexual interaction between an underage inmate and a juvenile hall staff member is child sexual abuse.

But if there is a specific person that committed the abuse, how is it that you are allowed to sue an entire institution? Essentially, these predators are enabled my acts of negligence, like inadequate hiring practices, lack of supervision, ignoring abuse allegations, and hiding evidence of sexual assault. It’s the supervisors of the facility and officials at the county level who are responsible for these issues. That’s why government agencies, like the Riverside County Probation Department, are liable for juvenile inmate abuse in just about every one of these cases.

Figuring out who is responsible for what happened to you is a complicated subject, but rest assured that we have the knowledge and experience to go after the right entities. You can also depend on us to secure the highest possible settlement if you make the choice to sue Indio Juvenile Hall for sexual abuse by one of its employees

Suing Indio Juvenile Hall by Joining a Class Action Lawsuit

Have you thought about filing a sexual abuse class action lawsuit against Indio Juvenile Hall? We are currently speaking with victims who were sexually assaulted and harassed at youth detention centers throughout California. As one of these victims, you may be interested in joining a class action claim with former Indio Juvenile Hall inmates. We can help you with every step of the legal process, from filing the required paperwork to obtaining maximum payment for your injuries. Please reach out to a child abuse lawsuit attorney at our office and schedule a free case evaluation.

How Much Time Do I have to File a Lawsuit?

You normally have 22 years after you turn 18 to bring a lawsuit against Indio Juvenile Hall for child sexual abuse. So, it would seem that the statute of limitations to sue for monetary compensation is based on your 40th birthday. But you can also determine the deadline for a lawsuit by when you discover an injury that was caused by sexual abuse while staying at Indio Juvenile Hall.

Many victims do not realize the psychological harm they’ve suffered from being sexually abused until they are well into adulthood. This is due to a variety of issues, including long-term suppression of sexual assault and other traumatic incidents, which is extremely common in child victims. That’s why the age limit of 40 does not apply to a lawsuit for the sexual abuse of a minor.

An Indio Juvenile Hall sexual abuse lawyer at our office can help if you need to verify how long you have for a lawsuit, so don’t hesitate to give us a call.

What is the Average Settlement for an Indio Juvenile Hall Abuse Lawsuit?

The average value of a juvenile hall sex abuse lawsuit is $500,000 to $1,500,000 for claims of sexual harassment and $2,000,000 to $5,000,000 for incidents of sexual assault. Of course, there are many cases that result in lower or higher settlement amounts, regardless of the nature of abuse. It’s fair to say, however, that sexual assault lawsuits generate higher settlements, with some cases settling for over $10,000,000. If you are a member of a class action lawsuit, case values may be in the range of $50,000,000 to $350,000,000, but the resulting compensation award will be shared by all the plaintiffs.

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How Long will it Take to Reach a Settlement?

On average, sexual abuse lawsuits against juvenile halls take around 1 to 2 years. This time period is just an estimate, and we do have cases where a settlement is achieved in just 6 months. However, if we look at the majority of claims we have handled over the years, 12 to 24 months is the most likely amount of time to settle a child sexual abuse lawsuit. The time required to settle these cases may be longer if we need to try your case in court. This is highly unlikely, considering that well over 90% of all sexual misconduct lawsuits are settled without court intervention. Should it be necessary to ask for a court date, settling a juvenile inmate abuse case can take up to several years.

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Sexual abuse of minors has been a problem in juvenile justice centers for as long as these places have existed. Thanks to the courage of adult survivors in the past decade or so, along with changes in the laws, many city, state, and county agencies are finally facing consequences for many years of negligence and misconduct.

If you are interested in talking to a juvenile hall sexual assault lawyer, please reach out to us. Along with a free consultation, you will receive free legal services if you choose to go ahead with a lawsuit. This is part of the Zero Fee Guarantee, which is a contingency fee policy where you pay $0 towards any of our expenses. It’s the defendant that pays for the cost of legal fees, which only happens if we win your lawsuit.

Our attorneys are waiting to speak with you, so call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week if you or a member of your family was sexually abused at Indio Juvenile Hall.

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