The San Jose, California child molestation victims’ rights law firm of Corsiglia, McMahon & Allard is announcing the steps it is taking to provide justice to victims of childhood sexual abuse and molestation. The law firm is currently litigating claims against child molesters and their suspected enablers on behalf of survivors of childhood sexual abuse and molestation. At the same time, attorney Robert Allard is working with elected officials to close loopholes in the law that serve to protect child molesters.
“Our legal team believes in using the law to hold wrongdoers accountable, to fairly compensate the injured and their families, and as a result, make our community safer,” said Allard. “With jurors acting as the watchdogs of our community, they have the power to put an immediate stop to the malicious and egregious behavior that allows childhood abuse and molestation to flourish in communities.”
Allard is currently representing three young children, two of whom have filed separate lawsuits claiming that they were allegedly sexually molested by Trace CDC daycare worker Keith Woodhouse. The lawsuits allege that Woodhouse molested and sexually assaulted at least 5-10 young female students under the age of 14.
“Childhood abuse and molestation is a serious problem that must be addressed through both the court system and in the legislature,” Allard continued. “A few weeks ago O.B. Whaley Elementary School teacher Craig Chandler was arrested and charged with lewd acts on a child and accused of having multiple victims. Hopefully, the victims in that matter will come forward and take whatever steps are necessary to ensure that this does not happen again, not only at this but other schools, so that children are protected.”
Over the last two years, Allard has litigated numerous cases on behalf of alleged molestation victims of USA Swimming. His efforts to prosecute the USA Swimming coaches accused of child sex abuse have borne fruit: the United States Olympic Committee has centralized and standardized background checks across all Olympic sports, guaranteeing the protection of approximately one million athletes.
“When organizations fail to protect young children from pedophiles, we as a society need to step in,” said Allard. “Our law firm has created a website, www.protectourkids.us, which seeks to generate public support for tougher mandatory childhood molestation reporting laws.”
Allard is currently working on another civil lawsuit against Maxim Integrated Products’ Director of Global Distribution Scott McKibbin, which is currently awaiting trial. McKibbin allegedly lured a 16-year-old into flying from Canada to San Francisco. The lawsuit claims that McKibbin allegedly took the teenager to a hotel room where he purportedly sexually abused, molested, and imprisoned the youngster.
“Much like in the O.J. Simpson case where the Goldman family resorted to civil justice, we represent survivors of childhood abuse and molestation who seek civil justice and accountability from their perpetrators and enablers,” added Allard.
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If your child and your family has been victimized by a predator, contact a San Jose child molestation victims’ rights lawyer at Corsiglia, McMahon & Allard. You get aggressive legal representation starting with a free case evaluation. And you will never be obligated to pay a penny to our attorneys unless we collect.