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Former Prison Employee Mover Arrested for Sexual Assault

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In a case that dates back to August of 2021, a woman and her mother were moving house and were sexually assaulted by the mover who was a former prison employee. Tommy McNeel, Jr. was identified by his DNA as the suspect after two years of investigation. The moving company is responsible for the actions of their employees, and therefore, the moving company that the offender worked for has a duty to the customers to hire safe and efficient movers. The mover who sexually assaulted a woman and possibly her mother while moving house for them, needed to hire people who were trustworthy, and who would not sexually assault clients and customers.

A Mover Has Intimate Access to Your Home Possessions and to You During a Move of House

When a mover is hired to move your belongings from across town, across the country or across the world, that mover has intimate knowledge of your home and to you. Look at it reasonably, if a mover is in your home and hired to help you pack up your boxes, then that individual is in a perfect position to steal from you or to assault you in the boundaries of your own home. For example, because of the moving and chaos of moving your items around, you may feel more vulnerable in the home, which is perfect for a predator to take advantage of you in the home for a sexual assault while you are moving.

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Victims of Sexual Assault Carry the Trauma of the Assault as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Later in Their Lives

Studies show that victims of a sexual assault can develop post-traumatic stress disorder for six months or more after the sexual assault, and may also have moderate to severe depressive symptoms as well as a result of the attack.1 Sometimes victims of a sexual assault are blamed for the assault, when it was not their fault that someone attacked them in their home. Women of every age can be victimized and sexually assaulted, which means mid-life women who are married, single and elderly women can be assaulted by a sexual offender, and the victims can also carry the trauma of this type of assault with them for the rest of their lives.2

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We can give you a zero-fee guarantee now, when you give us a call today regarding your personal injuries from a home sexual assault from a moving company employee. Just by calling us today, you will start the process, and we can help you to get the recovery compensation that you deserve in this case.

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We can give you a free second opinion case review, on your sexual assault claim by our attorneys who specialize in sexual offender related personal injuries. All that you need to do to start the process is to call us to talk to our legal team and a lawyer with a specialty in sexual assaults by strangers and moving employees. You will be matched with lawyers who can help with your overall claim for sexual assault. Just call us today, to talk to our experienced attorneys in Los Angeles at the DTLA Law Group.

Can I Sue for Sexual Assault from a Mover Who Was a Former Prison Employee?

Yes, we can sue for a sexual assault that you received when a mover came into your home to help you move your house and belongings to a new location. If this has happened to you, just call us today to talk to our Los Angeles case lawyers, who can file a lawsuit on your behalf against the at-fault offender parties. You have a right to talk openly and candidly, to our case attorneys in Los Angeles at the DTLA Law Group at 855.339.8879.

Average Case Value of a Sexual Assault from a Mover Who Was a Former Prison Employee

The average case value of a sexual assault from a mover who was a former prison employee, will depend on the extent of your personal injuries. If you are personally injured and are still under a doctor’s care for your injuries, you can call us today to review your claim with you now. We can estimate that your personal injury recovery compensation package may range from $100,000 to over $800,000, depending on the nature of your injuries related to this loss and sexual attack. We will have a better idea of your final settlement package, when we are able to talk to you and review your claim for free related to your case.

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How Long Does It Take to Settle and to Get Paid on These Cases?

It can take 3-5 months to settle your claim, and help you get the recovery compensation that you deserve in this case.

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. The statute of limitations in California for harassment and discrimination lawsuit filing is one year, with a two year timeframe to file for wrongful termination.

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You can call us now for a free consultation on your claim, if this situation or a similar sexual assault has happened to you. We are here to answer any questions that you may have, and we realize that this is a difficult and confusing time for you to have to deal with a sexual assault on your person. Our team of legal professionals can discuss your case with you in the strictest of confidence, and we are here 24/7 to help and assist you at the DTLA Law Group at 855.339.8879.


1Högbeck, I., & Möller, A. (2022). Female sexual function six months after sexual assault: post-traumatic stress disorder strongest risk factor for impaired function. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 48(2), 112–120.

2Thomas, L., Scott Tilley, D., & Esquibel, K. (2015). Sexual assault: where are mid-life women in the research?. Perspectives in Psychiatric Care, 51(2), 86–97.

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