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Sexual Assault

Portland, Oregon Sexual Assault Attorney

If you have been raped, sexually assaulted, or otherwise forced into nonconsensual sexual situations of any kind, it’s likely that you have a claim for a civil lawsuit against your attacker, your attacker’s employer, or even the owner of the property where the sexual assault took place. At Vogt & Long, P.C., we are dedicated to assisting sexual assault victims assert their rights against an attacker and any other individuals or institutions responsible for the abuse.

With over 45 combined years of experience, we have learned how to work with sexual assault survivors in order to keep the litigation process from becoming yet another trauma in their lives. Unlike criminal prosecutors, your civil litigation attorney works directly for you, and nobody else. First, we help you determine whether a civil lawsuit is right for you. Next, through every step of the litigation process, we work closely with you to make sure that the legal action is an integral of your personal recovery. Let us help.

We can also help determine your eligibility for help from the Oregon Crime Victims’ Assistance or Crime Victims’ Compensation programs. Regardless of the specific facts of your case, you’ll be able to count on us to handle your situation with sensitivity and skill. Our attorneys are flexible with their appointments and will make the necessary arrangements to meet with you in Portland or elsewhere to discuss your case.

Even if your assailant was not prosecuted, or was acquitted of criminal charges related to your attack, you may still file a civil lawsuit, because in a civil case you won’t need to prove your attacker’s liability beyond a reasonable doubt.

Don't be ashamed to come forward and speak confidentially with our compassionate attorneys. We are dedicated to asserting your right to recover compensation for your injuries. Contact Vogt & Long, P.C. to explore a potential claim against the attacker and any other responsible parties.

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