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Texas Injury Lawyers Representing The Victims Of Sex Offenses

Texas Sex Offense Attorneys Fighting for Victims of Sex Offenders

“The Lawyer Who Has Sued Sex Abusers since 1979” as featured in “D” magazine

Victims of sex crimes are often unaware that they can and should go after the perpetrator using the civil justice system in Texas. Perpetrators are often punished criminally, but can also suffer consequences for their actions through a civil lawsuit.  Criminal punishment of the perpetrator aids society by protecting others in the community, but it is often insufficient to help the victim of such a heinous crime recover from the damage done.  Nothing can be more violating than to be the victim of a sexual assault.  Not only does a sexual abuse crime result in physical injuries to the victim, but it also leads to emotional scars that can last for years.  Many victims deal with the pain internally and are unsure where to turn.  While a lawsuit cannot make the pain go away, it can help put the victim in a better place going forward.  Noteboom – The Law Firm has been representing victims against sex offenders since 1977.  Our “We Sue Sex Offenders” billboards have been a mainstay in the Fort Worth area for many years and represent our desire to aggressively fight for the victims of sexual abuse.   If you or a loved one has been the victim of sexual abuse, contact us today to speak with one of our Texas sex offense attorneys.  We are here to help you.

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We Help Texas Victims of Sexual Crimes Get Justice

Our firm is known in the Fort Worth area for aggressively suing sex offenders.  We have handled many types of sexual abuse cases including:

  • Sexual Abuse of a Child
  • Improper Sexual Conduct
  • Statutory Rape
  • Sexual Assault or Abuse
  • Inappropriate Doctor/Patient Activity
  • Improper Supervisor/Employee Conduct
  • Sexual Misconduct by Clergy, Doctors, Lawyers, and Others with Authority Over the Victim.

When we are retained in a sexual assault case, we immediately gather all police reports and other records stemming from the event.  We cooperate with the criminal prosecution of the defendant and are careful to protect the victim’s right to civil redress as the criminal side of the case plays out.  Our attorneys and in-house private investigator will conduct a thorough investigation of the defendant and the circumstances surrounding the offense.  In some cases, the defendant is incarcerated and we will serve them with a lawsuit in jail or prison.  If the defendant is out of custody, we will determine their whereabouts and serve them with a lawsuit at their place of residence.  We pursue this process diligently so that the matter can be concluded and the victim may gain a sense of closure from such a traumatic event.

We have obtained numerous judgments on behalf of victims of sexual abuse.  Our goal in pursuing these cases is to get the victim the compensation they deserve so they can get on with the important task of putting their life back in order.  We have the resources to aggressively go after sex offenders and take pride in fighting for victims’ rights.  Contact our office today. We handle matters in all Texas counties including Tarrant, Dallas, Johnson, and Wise, as well as Hurst, Euless, Bedford, Haltom City, Richland Hills, North Richland Hills, Watauga, Grapevine, Colleyville, Southlake, Arlington, Keller, Grand Prairie, Dallas, and Fort Worth.

Hire a Texas Sex Offense Attorney Near You

Chuck Noteboom and Brian Butcher are Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.  They bring this high level of expertise and experience to every case handled at Noteboom – The Law Firm.  Our collaborative team-based approach to solving problems means we strive for solutions to get the victims of sexual crimes to a better place as quickly as possible.

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