Foster Home Abuse
Foster home abuse can cause serious physical injuries and lifelong emotional damage. There have been several recent large verdicts in foster home abuse cases in California and around the country. While sometimes foster home abuse is not discovered or reported right away, a victim can bring a lawsuit against an abuser even as an adult.
Foster Home Abuse Lawyers
At The Venardi Law Firm, our Walnut Creek, San Francisco, Oakland, Marin County or Santa Cruz foster home abuse lawyers understand the sensitive nature of these highly emotional personal injury cases. Our founding attorney, Mark Venardi, is dedicated to helping our clients through difficult times and obtaining compensation for the devastating injuries you sustained as a foster child. Contact us online or call our foster home abuse attorneys in Walnut Creek at 925-937-3900 to hold your abuser responsible for the damages you endured.
Physical and Sexual Abuse by a Foster Parent
If your foster home abuse case cannot be successfully resolved through negotiations and settlement, we will not hesitate to bring your case to trial to get you the best results possible. Sadly, some people become foster parents to receive money from the state, not to provide a caring, loving household for a child.
When the state doesn’t do the proper background checks and investigation before placing a child into a foster home, it is the child who ends up suffering from physical and sexual abuse.
In foster home abuse cases, our knowledgeable attorney can help you bring a case against your abuser and against the state. Even if many years have passed since you experienced the abuse, Our foster home abuse lawyers in Walnut Creek, San Francisco, Oakland, Marin County or Santa Cruz can help you receive the compensation you deserve for the state’s negligence and the abuse you endured.
Contact a Personal Injury Lawyer Today!
To arrange a consultation, call our Walnut Creek, San Francisco, Oakland, Marin County or Santa Cruz foster home abuse attorneys at 925-937-3900 or send us an e-mail. Our firm typically operates on a contingency-fee basis. This means if we do not make a recovery for you, we will not collect a fee.