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Were you the victim of a priest in New Jersey? You are not alone.
New Jersey has given the survivors of clerical sex abuse an opportunity to seek justice. Contact us to find out more.

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Please call 302-652-2050 to report information related to sexual abuse by a priest in New Jersey, or fill out the form below to speak to an attorney. There is no cost or obligation.

Dalton & Associates can help you seek justice against your abuser and the Church.

New Jersey recently passed statute of limitation reform opening a two year window for survivors of child sexual abuse to file their claims even if they did not file at the time of the abuse. This two year window started in December 2019. We currently represent dozens of survivors of clerical sex abuse from various parishes and counties across New Jersey. If you are a survivor of clerical sex abuse in New Jersey, contact us now to enforce your rights.

Dalton & Associates has represented survivors in some of the largest sex abuse settlements in the nation.

We have helped victims in cases involving Michigan State and former Olympic Gymnastics Team doctor Larry Nassar resulting in a $500 million settlement, $120 million settlement involving a pedophile physician and Beebe hospital in Delaware and $120 million settlement with the Diocese of Wilmington and various Religious Orders in cases involving sexual assault by clergy.

Our experienced team is ready to listen and help.

If you or a loved one may have been sexually abused by a priest in New Jersey, please contact us today for a free consultation 302-652-2050

Legislature Approves Child Sex-Abuse Bill

New York will become the 10th state to give victims of childhood sexual abuse a new chance to sue their abusers—and the institutions that employed them—regardless of when their abuse occurred.

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