Today, justice for survivors of child sex abuse depends on what state they live in, because of arbitrary time limitations on filing a civil case.
For example: a 4-year-old victim of child sex abuse has two years, until she is 6 years old, to file a civil case in Alabama. However, in Maine, a similar 4-year-old victim of child sex abuse can file a civil case when she is safe, has sufficiently recovered from the trauma, and is strong enough, thanks to no civil statute of limitations in Maine.
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To ensure justice for survivors of child sex abuse, ROAR As One is proposing federal legislation that eliminates the civil statutes of limitations throughout the United States. This legislation has the support of leading attorneys, child experts, advocates for justice for children, healthcare advocates, nonprofits, as well as celebrities and influencers. The time has come. This is a unique and simple way to ensure justice for all child victims of sex abuse: Uniform removal of civil statutes of limitations nationwide.