Dayton Sex Trafficking Attorney, Legal Representation For Survivors Announced

Dayton Sex Trafficking Attorney, Legal Representation For Survivors Announced

Abuse Guardian’s John Bey can help the victims of sex trafficking to both report and sue the people who trafficked and abused them, and to seek restitution and compensation through a civil litigation lawsuit in Illinois. He understands the difficulties that sex trafficking survivors have in just surviving the challenges of daily life following their experience, which is why he believes they deserve considerable compensation for what they have suffered.

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While the criminal court system in Ohio has been set up to prosecute sex traffickers and other businesses that profit from sex trafficking, like hotels and truck stops, and are therefore complicit in this crime, Abuse Guardian has seen that the victims of sex trafficking may–at best–only obtain closure from these cases. John Bey knows that true justice has only been served when abusers are forced to pay financially for their crimes, as well as with their freedom.

When John Bey of Abuse Guardian works with survivors, they will first establish the facts of the case and then gather sufficient evidence to build a strong civil suit. If they are involved in any criminal proceedings, he can also help them by ensuring that their voice is adequately heard throughout proceedings.

John can help victims sue both individuals and businesses and can file a civil litigation suit that encompasses both emotional suffering and physical injuries, making a claim that also covers the ongoing challenges a survivor will face securing work and providing for themselves financially in the future.

Abuse Guardian is a national alliance of sexual abuse lawyers across the US. Their new Dayton advocate is committed to upholding the same level of legal and emotional support to victims as all other branches of this esteemed collective.

Abuse Guardian said, “Victims of sex trafficking in Ohio can seek compensation for the harm they have experienced through civil lawsuits against third parties that benefited financially from their exploitation. Holding abusers and businesses accountable for their role in sex trafficking is essential to ending this abhorrent practice. With legal support and guidance, victims can seek compensation for the physical, psychological, and emotional harm inflicted upon them by those who profited from their exploitation.”

Interested readers can find out more at

Abuse Guardian

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