How We Can Help

Surviving sexual abuse is a journey — one that should not be taken alone.

At Grewal Law PLLC, we represent sexual abuse and assault survivors throughout the U.S. We offer compassionate representation to people who have experienced horrible treatment at the hands of people in positions of authority.

If you or someone you love has experienced sexual abuse or assault, we invite you to contact us to learn about your legal options in a completely confidential consultation.

When Did The Conduct Occur?

Many of our clients have recently experienced sexual assault. Others experienced sexual abuse years ago, while at summer camp or as a university student.

No matter when the conduct occurred — a few months ago or several years ago — we can help. Don't let the passage of time stop you from seeking justice. Talk to one of our lawyers to find out about your specific legal options.

How We Work With Sexual Abuse Survivors

We have worked with hundreds of survivors over the years, and we understand how emotional these cases can be. Please follow the links below to find out more about how we help survivors:

  • Abuse of authority: When someone in a position of authority uses his or her power in an abusive way, it can be difficult for victims to know who to talk to.
  • Abuse by doctors and medical providers: We are taught to trust doctors. But when a doctor or another medical provider acts inappropriately, victims have rights and legal options.
  • Abuse within youth organizations: Youth-serving organizations often involve youth working directly and closely with adults. Unfortunately, sexual abuse may occur within these groups.
  • Abuse at day care and camps: Many children spend their days in day care — and some spend entire weeks away from home at camp. In either of these situations, a child may be in danger because the abuser has access to the child.
  • Abuse and assaults at universities: Sexual assault on college campuses is, unfortunately, quite common. This sexual violence may involve fellow students, medical providers or faculty.
  • Institutional cover-ups: Entire institutions may work to cover up sexual abuse. These cases are especially heinous, because multiple parties may know about the conduct.

We handle other types of sexual abuse cases, as well. If you or a loved one has suffered sexual abuse, we invite you to contact us to learn how we can help you. Call 877-259-1189.