Jeff Herman Stands Tall For Rights Of Sexual Abuse Victims

Jeff Herman had a quite different vision in mind for his future career as an attorney when deciding to apply for law school. Jeff worked in commercial litigation at the beginning of his career and was experiencing much success before fate changed the course of both his life and career.

Jeff Herman was approached about twenty years ago by a husband and wife that had experienced the worst nightmare possible to parents. The couple shared with Jeff that their four-year-old son, who was autistic, had been assaulted while attending preschool.

Jeff conducted an independent investigation and learned that the boy had indeed been molested by an employee of the school known to the children as Mr. Dan. But more shocking to Jeff Herman was the revelation that Mr. Dan was already a convicted pedophile who due to the negligent hiring practices of the school, molested as many as twenty additional children.

Jeff Herman also discovered that stories like that of Mr. Dan was not an isolated incident and with this revelation, Jeff had found his calling. Jeff Herman became dedicated to finding justice for children and others that were victims of sexual abuse and targeted the institutions that were responsible for exposing them to danger.

It was determined by Herman that many times schools and churches possessed regional oversight that resulted in less than desirable individuals gaining employment with these institutions. Find Related Information Here.

At the helm of Jeff Herman Law, Jeff Herman fights this neglect on the part of these institutions by filing lawsuits and pursuing aggressive civil litigation to hold them accountable and giving a voice to many victims whose suffering would otherwise have been ignored. And despite the ideas for his career when he was a much younger man, Jeff feels that there is no better way that he could have used his training in the legal field.

A bit of advice that Jeff Herman shares with parents each chance that he gets is to make sure that they talk to their children about what is, and what is not, appropriate touching and means of showing affection. Jeff Herman even shares his Tips On How To Protect Your Children Against Abuse. Jeff says this is important as he has learned from years of investigation that many child predators take advantage of the innocence of children that many times do not realize they are being violated.


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