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Confidentially seek legal aid for abuse by the LDS Church.

If you are a victim of Mormon Church sexual abuse, we can help you move forward.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS), formerly the Mormon Church, is facing sexual abuse allegations stemming from decades of coverups and mismanagement within its ranks. The tragic outcome is countless victims who have been silenced for fear of being ex-communicated, shamed, or ostracized within the religious community.

The expert attorneys at Hurley McKenna & Mertz have represented many victims of sexual abuse over decades of legal practice, including 4,000+ former Boy Scouts.

Filing a claim could be an important step in your journey to move forward from abuse. We’re ready to offer supportive, confidential legal counsel, answer questions, and simplify the process of filing a claim. Contact us today.

A Sample of Our Successes

  • $31,250,000Product Liability

    Record settlement where a defective product resulted in a severe and permanent injury.

  • $20,000,000Product Liability

    $20 million verdict: $10 million in compensatory damages, $10 million in punitive damages against PACCAR, Inc., the manufacturer of Kenworth and Peterbilt trucks, for a man that lost his eye when the hood of his PACCAR truck unexpectedly blew over onto his head after his truck broke down. Plaintiff alleged that PACCAR, Inc. negligently manufactured and designed the truck by failing to implement known safety systems that prevented hoods from unexpectedly blowing over. When evidence revealed that PACCAR, Inc. knew of 16 prior similar incidents but failed to inform their safety engineers of these incidents, Plaintiff sought and the jury awarded punitive damages for the reckless conduct of PACCAR, Inc.

  • $16,500,000Sexual Abuse

    Settlement from the Irish Christian Brothers for sexual abuse of students in their high schools, a portion of which will be awarded to over 30 victims we represent in the Chicago area.

  • $15,200,000Medical Malpractice

    Settlement after the start of trial for a woman paralyzed during spine surgery at an Illinois hospital when her neurosurgeon failed to diagnose and treat Ossification of the Posterior Longitudinal Ligament [OPLL].

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