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Barry J. Nidorf Juvenile Hall is one of the two juvenile detention centers operated by the County of Los Angeles. The juvenile hall is located at 16350 Filbert St. in Sylmar, California. The detention center houses boys and girls prior to court dates, after adjudication, and/or pending placement of services. No matter the background of the boys and girls that end up at juvenile hall, they should be safe in these facilities.

Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Juvenile halls have often been the scene of mistreatment against the youth detained at these centers. In most cases, the offenders are staff at these facilities, although offenses can also occur at the hands of other youth.

If you suffered an offense during your time at Barry J. Nidorf Juvenile Hall, it is important that you seek legal assistance as soon as possible. You could have grounds to file a lawsuit against the facility – and against Los Angeles County. For more information about your right to file a lawsuit for an incident that happened at Barry J. Nidorf Juvenile Hall, contact the Downtown L.A. Law Group today.

Here at our firm, our experts are 100% committed to fighting for the rights of our clients and securing the highest payout available for their claims. Our lawyers have successfully handled countless cases in the past and can do the same for your case. Our experts are not afraid to take on any liable party to fight for the rights of the victims of Barry J. Nidorf Juvenile Hall. For more information about the legal options available to you, contact the experts here at our firm as soon as possible.

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Offenses Against Children Have Lasting Consequences

Any inappropriate contact with a minor is considered illegal – as minors cannot consent to any such activity. Inappropriate conduct against a child includes rape, attempted rape, groping, fondling, kissing, etc. In general, it is known to have lasting consequences. However, when the victim is a child, the results can be even more devastating. Physical consequences can include injuries to genitals, injuries to reproductive organs, transmitted infections, unwanted pregnancy, fractures, lacerations, etc. In addition to physical harm, victims can also suffer mental and emotional harm; victims can be left dealing with post-traumatic stress, anxiety, depression, and more. Unfortunately, victims are also at higher risk of drug use and suicide.

Can I Sue if I was Inappropriately Touched at Barry J. Nidorf Juvenile Hall?

Yes – if you suffered inappropriate actions during the time that you spent at Barry J. Nidorf Juvenile Hall, you could have the right to file a legal claim. Your right to sue would be based on the concept of negligence – that is, the facility and the county were negligent in protecting you. With the help of a lawyer, you could be able to prove that the harm that you suffered was a result of negligence.

Can parents sue on behalf of their child? Yes – if you are a parent and your child was inappropriately touched, you could pursue a claim on your child’s behalf. However, if a parent decides to pursue a claim, the victim will be unable to pursue a claim in the future after turning eighteen. If parents decide not to sue, the victim will be able to sue after coming of age. For more information about whether family have the right to sue on behalf of a minor, contact the experts here at our firm immediately.

Is There a Class Action Lawsuit against Barry J. Nidorf Juvenile Hall?

Class action claims or mass torts claims are common when there are multiple victims harmed in similar ways. Unfortunately, when it comes to facilities, there are often many victims. Given that victims come forward, class action claims are likely to be filed. If you are interested in joining a class action lawsuit for actions that occurred at Barry J. Nidorf Juvenile Hall, it is important that you reach out to an experienced lawyer. For more information about participating a class action lawsuit at a juvenile hall, contact the experts here at our firm immediately.

What Compensation is Available for Victims at a Detention Center JV Hall?

Given that your lawsuit against Barry J. Nidorf Juvenile Hall and LA County is successful, you could be entitled to receive compensation for some of the following:

  • Medical costs – including costs of mental health services
  • Lost earnings – reserved for cases in which the harm impacted the victim’s earning capacity
  • Pain and suffering – including compensation for mental and emotional harm
  • Punitive damages – to punish the defendant
  • Legal costs

The specific categories of compensation available for your claim will be strictly based on the details surrounding your claim. For more information regarding the type of compensation that you could recover, we recommend that you reach out to the experts here at our law firm immediately. Our lawyers are more than ready to evaluate your claim and help you better understand the type of compensation available for your case.

What is the Average Value of Juvenile Hall Cases?

Questions about average case values are very common. However, it can be difficult to establish average case values that are not misleading. This is because the value of child cases can vary significantly. So, what determines the value of a case? Some factors to consider include the following:

  • The type of action suffered
  • The harm resulting from the incident
  • The permanency of the harm suffered
  • Whether the incident was covered up

In general, child cases can be worth millions of dollars. Class action lawsuits, specifically, often result in multi-million-dollar settlements. For more information about the average value of your Barry J. Nidorf Juvenile Hall lawsuit, contact the experts here at our law firm immediately.

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How Long Do I Have to Wait for a Settlement?

This is a very common question. For many claimants, it is important to settle their cases as quickly as possible so that they can finally put the whole thing behind them. However, the settlement process can vary significantly from case to case. Here at our firm, our lawyers understand the strength that it takes for claimants to bring forth cases against detention centers and similar facilities. Our lawyers understand that claimants want to put an end to the whole thing sooner rather than later. Because of this, our experts are committed to settling child cases against detention center juvenile halls as quickly as possible. Normally, we can settle these cases within six to eight months. Of course, things are not always simple. Although defendants can choose to cooperate and reach a quick settlement to avoid negative press or attention, there is no guarantee. In general, it can take up to two years to settle some cases. Class action lawsuits, specifically, can take well over two years to settle. For more information about how long it can take to settle a case, contact us today.

The Statute of Limitations – How Long Do I Have to Sue?

All claims are subject to a statute of limitations. If you were inappropriately touched at a juvenile hall detention center, like Barry J. Nidorf, then you were most definitely a minor at the time of the incident. Under California law, you would have until the age of 40 or 5 years after discovering the harm resulting from the incident (whichever comes latest) to file a lawsuit. For more information about the time that you have to file your lawsuit against Barry J. Nidorf Juvenille Hall, contact our experts today.

How to File a Claim – Contact Downtown L.A. Law Group Today

If you were the victim during your time at the Barry J. Nidorf Juvenile Hall, you could have grounds to file a lawsuit. Our lawyers here at the Downtown L.A. Law Group are ready to provide you with the guidance that you need to file your claim and recover what you are owed. Our lawyers have decades of experience and are ready to take on your claim and fight for your rights.

Free Case Reviews. We offer free legal services, which include free consultations and free second opinions. During these free legal services, our attorneys will be available to provide you with all the information that you need to begin or continue your claim. Whether you are looking to start your claim or redirect your claim after already starting it elsewhere, our lawyers can help you. Contact our firm today for a free case review.

Zero-Fee Guarantee. Our Zero-Fee guarantee ensures that our clients will never have to worry about paying any upfront legal costs. In addition, we work on contingency, so our clients will not be required to pay anything unless they win.

If you are ready to speak with our juvenile hall lawyers, contact us today.


 

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