Extensive experience in representing survivors of sexual abuse is not something an attorney takes lightly. It means that said attorney has gained the trust of sexual abuse survivors who are hurt, who carry often years of baggage, who seek validation and are in need of an advocate. Over the years, I have often been the first person survivors of sexual abuse have opened up to because they have come to me to help them with their many legal questions. Sometimes it starts with the question “do I have a case after all these years.” And that begins our attorney/client relationship.
I am honored when a previous client reaches out to me, sometimes years later, to share their personal life experiences and their gratefulness for my guidance. Such is the case with Laura. She came to me for advice. I have been given express permission to share publicly this client’s voice as expressed in her writings. She has done this with the intention to help other survivors. Following is a link to her full letter, titled, Letter to my Hometown.