What compensation is a survivor of sexual abuse entitled to?

Experts are virtually unanimous in recognizing that childhood sexual abuse will, in almost all cases, leave lasting harms. While not able to erase the abuse, the law provides a financial remedy for these harms. In addition to compensation for “pain and suffering”, where the psychological trauma has resulted in things lie dropping out of school early, or difficulties with employment, the law provides for a significant amount of loss of income compensation. It is also common for abuse survivors to be granted compensation for psychological care may need to help recover.

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