New State Law Opens Window to Justice for Tyndall Survivors
You Must Act by Nov 7
Do not settle for far less than your case may be worth
AB 1510 gives Tyndall victims a chance to have their claims heard in court for a short period of one year no matter how long ago the abuse occurred.
YOU MUST ACT BY NOVEMBER 7
Under the terms of a Federal Court Order, you have until November 7, 2019, to decide whether to pursue legal action or you will lose your right to bring your case to court.
USC WANTS YOU TO SETTLE FOR FAR LESS THAN YOUR CASE MAY BE WORTH
USC is offering Tyndall Victims a “class action settlement” in an attempt to limit their liability.
Under the terms of a backroom deal between USC and the Class Action Lawyers, the average victim would receive $2,500. The lawyers who negotiated the deal will get up to $25 million and the public will never learn how a predator was allowed by USC to molest hundreds…or even thousands of vulnerable young women for three decades.
You can opt out of this settlement, but you must do so by November 7, 2019. By opting out of this settlement, you will not be limited to the average $2,500.00 settlement, and will have the chance to seek what you determine to be a fair amount, through an individual civil action, ON OUR OWN TERMS.
USC is being sued by more than 600 former Dr. Tyndall gynecologist patients. Many of these victims would have been denied access to the courts by the state’s statute of limitations law. AB 1510 will give these women one year to bring their case to court and seek justice. USC officials will have to answer questions under oath and produce documents which could expose the administrators and others who covered up the Tyndall Scandal for more than thirty years.
CONTACT A QUALIFIED SEXUAL ABUSE ATTORNEY TO PROTECT YOUR RIGHTS
The sexual abuse attorneys at Manly, Stewart & Finaldi represented 180 women who were sexually abused by Michigan State University doctor Larry Nassar. Their clients received an average of $1.3 million dollars in this case. They represent more than 200 alleged victims of George Tyndall. They will evaluate your case for free and advise you of your rights under AB 1510.
IF YOU ARE A VICTIM OF DR. TYNDALL
If you have been victimized by Dr. Tyndall DO NOT CONTACT THE USC HOTLINE OR THE CAMPUS POLICE. Their first priority is to protect the university administration. Immediately call the Los Angeles Police Department Special Assault Section at 213-486-6910.
Your next call should be to an experienced, compassionate law firm that specialized in defending the rights of sexual assault victims and securing just compensation for their injuries.
Manly, Stewart & Finaldi is California’s leading law firm representing victims of sexual abuse. The firm has represented more than 150 victims of clergy sexual abuse in California and hundreds of others throughout the United States. The firm also represented plaintiffs in the $140,000,000 settlement against LAUSD in the Miramonte case, the largest sex abuse settlement against a school district in the US. The firm currently represents more than 180 alleged victims of former Michigan State University and U.S. Women’s Gymnastics Olympic Team doctor Larry Nassar. Michigan State University has settled this case for $500,000,000. This is the largest settlement of any personal injury case against a university. Call them for a free evaluation of your case at 800-761-2220 or fill out the short form below.
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