A grand jury has recently found out that the San Joaquin County Jail and the Juvenile Hall facility was remiss to formalize legal audits aimed at preventing sexual abuse of prisoners. There were inadequate avenues to report abuse, and insufficient information for custodial offenders regarding giving them their rights at the county jail facility, Lodi jail and at Juvenile Hall. The failure to meet the standards to protect the health, safety and personal rights of the detainees, inmates and residents was violated, making them vulnerable individuals while in custody and housed at the county facilities. Failing to meet these human rights standards has put the named facilities in violation of the federal Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003. If you have been the victim of a sexual abuse from any of these facilities, you will want to call our office immediately to review your rights in this case.
There Are Known “Blind Spots” in the San Joaquin County Jail Facility Where Sexual Abuses Can Occur
Because there are some “blind spots” at the jail facilities, there are areas where no video cameras are on to record the happenings between detainees and staff in those areas. Where there are blind spots in the jail and areas where detainees are housed and reviewed, it leaves them open for sexual abuse because the perpetrator employees of the jail have unlimited access to them to hurt them when they are out of the viewing for security camera angles. These areas include interrogation rooms and other areas within the jail facility. If you have been sexually abused in an area of the jail that is considered a blind spot, you can call our offices today, to review your claim of sexual abuse against jail employees and workers at the jail facility. You need to talk to a knowledgeable lawyer with a firm experience in personal injuries from a sexual assault.
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Free Second Opinion Case Review / Experienced Lawyers in San Joaquin County Sexual Abuse Oversight
We will offer a free second opinion case review for your sexual assault claim for the detainee victims of the San Joaquin County facilities. All that you need to do to start the process, is to call us to talk to our attorneys who specialize in personal injuries from sexual assault claims. You can talk to us now and get a handle on your sexual assault claim, when you discuss your case today with a lawyer with a specialty in personal injuries and sexual batteries and assaults. Call now for direct access to an experienced attorney in Los Angeles at the DTLA Law Group.
Can I Sue for Sexual Abuse in San Joaquin County Jail and Juvenile Hall?
Yes, we can sue for sexual predator abuse of sexual assault detainee victims of the San Joaquin County facilities. All that you need to do to start the process, is to call our Los Angeles case lawyers who can file a lawsuit for you, based on the merits of your claim. You can feel comfortable to talk with our case attorneys in Los Angeles today, just give us a call now.
Average Case Value of Sexual Abuse from San Joaquin County Jail and Juvenile Hall
The average case value of sexual abuse for sexual assault detainee victims of the San Joaquin County facilities is between $250,000 and over $1 million. You will have different expenses, losses, damages and personal injuries, as well as pain and suffering also related to your sexual assault case. We can get a better idea of your exact case value, once you call us at the DTLA Law Group today, and get a free consultation on your claim.
How Long Does It Take to Settle and to Get Paid on These Cases?
It can take between 5-8 months to settle a case of sexual abuse from being detained at sexual assault detainee victims of the San Joaquin County facilities.
Statute Of Limitations – How Long Do I Have to File a Lawsuit?
The statute of limitations in California for personal injury lawsuit filing is two years. But there is an exception made for sexual assaults. If you were sexually assaulted after January 1, 2019, then you have 10 years from the date of the sexual assault or three years from finding out about the injury because of being sexually assaulted. If you were sexually assaulted between January 1, 2009 and January 1, 2019, there is a three-year grace period, to file for sexual assault from January 1, 2023 to December 31, 2026. This law allows older sexual assault claims to be open for a longer period of time, to allow you to make your claim, or lose the opportunity to do so.
Childhood Abuse in Detention Centers Is Rising in Epidemic Proportions
Studies show youths who are abused in detention centers often do not know their rights. In that case, they are unlikely to tell of the abuse, especially when their detainers are the perpetrators of the sexual abuse onto this vulnerable population. Many youths and young adults sexually abused in jail or in juvenile hall need help to disclose the abuse. They often have no one to turn to within the system that they can trust to protect them. For this reason, we are here for you, and can help you to initiate a lawsuit based on your sexual abuse situation and event. All that you need to do to start the process is to call us at the DTLA Law Group at 855.339.8879.
Law Firm Filing Lawsuit – Class Action on Behalf of Victims
A telephone call to us today will give you the information you need, regarding our law firm filing a lawsuit and class action on behalf of the sexual assault detainee victims of the San Joaquin County facility. Just calling us today regarding your sexual assault claim, will start the healing process and allow your individual and collective voices to finally be heard. Call us today to review your case of sexual assault from being detained at the San Joaquin County facility.
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We can address all of your concerns, when you call us today regarding a sexual assault at the San Joaquin County facility for detainees. We can assist you if you were housed in any of the facilities in San Joaquin County, and you can call us in the strictest of confidence. We can offer to you a compassionate ear, and a free consultation regarding your claim. Just call us today at the DTLA Law Group at 855.339.8879. It is easy to make the first call to us, and we can give you the peace of mind you are looking for in this type of sensitive situation.