When Foster Children Hurt Others
Sometimes foster children hurt other people, including adults, peers, and others. This happens when troubled foster children physically attack or sexually abuse another any other person – including other foster children, adults, and other third-parties. Because the State is the parent figure for foster children, often the State is strictly liable for the resultant harm. If a foster child hurts you or a loved one, let Attorney Kramer help. Attorney David L. Kramer can assist in representing victims and holding perpetrators responsible for their actions.
Representing The Rights Of Victims
At David L. Kramer, P.C., we fight for the rights of child abuse victims across Oregon and Washington. Working with both victims and their loved ones, we will:
- Listen to your concerns
- Determine an appropriate course of action
- Investigate the facts and background
- Pursue legal action against all culpable parties
- Represent you in negotiations or at trial
We fight for two things: Just compensation for victims and accountability for those who hurt kids or seniors, or allow them to be hurt. You cannot accomplish those goals without the help of an experienced attorney who knows how and when to negotiate, and also knows how and when to go to trial and win.
Discuss A Case Of Abuse With A Lawyer
Consulting with an attorney can bring closure and potential compensation to your case. Schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with us in Salem to learn more. Call us at 503-364-1117 or send us an email.