New York Campus Rape and Sexual Abuse Lawyers

Rape and other sexual abuse are unfortunately too common on many college campuses.  When colleges and universities are negligent in failing to prevent these crimes, they can be held liable.  They can also be held liable, under what is known as Title IX and the Clery Act, when they fail to fully and timely investigate complaints of sexual assault and rape, and when they fail to safeguard the victim and other students.

Bullying, Cyberbullying, Sexting, and Other School

The Internet and smart phones have created completely new forms of harassment – cyberbullying and sexting. High schools in particular have a duty to create a safe environment for students, but they may choose to “look the other way” even when they become aware that bullying, cyberbullying, or wrongful sexting is taking place.

Our firm represents those who have been the victims of these shameful actions, and, when schools are negligent or choose not to investigate matters, we seek to hold them fully accountable for all of the damages, injury, and harm that results.

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School Violence Website

Our Campus Crime and School Bullying Website

We have developed a website devoted to school violence, sexual assault, cyberbullying, and other matters, including:

  • School shootings
  • Campus rape
  • Hazing
  • Cyberbullying
  • Non-consensual sexting distribution
  • Teacher-student sexual abuse
  • Liability of schools and universities
  • Suing municipalities

Please See Our School Violence Website, and Feel Free to Call Us for a Free Consultation so that We Can Learn About Your Case

We accept most cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that we are only compensation for our time if we are successful in recovering damages.

103 W. Seneca Street, Suite 301
Ithaca, NY 14850
Telephone: (607) 272-5590
Fax: (607) 272-5594

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