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Can a Sexual Assault Victim File a Personal Injury Claim?
Can a Sexual Assault Victim File a Personal Injury Claim?

When people are victims of sexual assault , they usually know they can report the assault to the police and see if the offender can be arrested, taken into custody, and charged under the Texas Penal Code. But what few sexual assault victims realize is that they may be able ...

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Blog posts in Sexual Assault

  • Compensation for Sexual Assault Victims in Texas

    Every state has its own definition of “sexual assault.” Often, sexual assault is an umbrella term for molestation, rape, and other sexual acts that ...

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  • Sexual Assault Victims in Texas

    The Texas Association Against Sexual Assault (TAASA) defines sexual assault as forced, coerced, or unwanted sexual contact. While a lot of people may ...

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  • Can a Sex Offense Accusation Be Defended?

    Sex offenses, such as sexual assault are frowned upon heavily in Texas and a conviction can bring serious consequences for the accused. The problem ...

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  • Workplace Violence in Texas

    What is workplace violence? Is it when a boss gets physical with one of his juniors? Is when a fight breaks out between coworkers? Or, is it when an ...

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  • Can Sexual Assault Victims Sue?

    Across the country, sexual assault is downright illegal. In Texas, it can be charged as sexual assault or aggravated sexual assault depending on the ...

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  • Defending Sex Crime Allegations in Texas

    If you are facing allegations of a Texas sex offense, we cannot stress enough the importance of having experienced legal counsel. The penalties for ...

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  • Penalties for Failing to Register as a Sex Offender in Texas

    Each state has a sex offender registration program. In Texas, our program is covered under Chapter 62 of the Code of Criminal Procedure. There are a ...

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  • Punishment for Domestic Violence in Texas

    Surely, you’re familiar with the term “domestic violence.” Here in Texas, our state and courts refer to domestic violence as “family violence” but ...

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  • Self-Defense in a Texas Sexual Assault Case

    Sexual assault is covered under Section 22.011 of the Texas Penal Code. Within this statute, there are a number of ways that someone can sexually ...

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