Many states have been in the news for their Statute of Limitation Revival Laws for victims of sexual abuse. What are they, and why are they needed?

Statute of Limitation Revival Laws create what are referred to as “lookback windows”. These allow those whose SOL for civil claims have expired to file suit against their perpetrator, or the organization that allowed the abuse to happen.

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Stop Child Sexual Abuse: A Victim’s Civil Rights
We have developed a booklet to help victims, the families of victims, advocates, attorneys and the like. This is a resource for those affected by abuse and will help educate how pursuing a civil case can help them.
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