Colorado CHILD SEX ABUSE

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Victims of childhood sexual abuse in Colorado have a second chance to seek justice against their abusers and institutions that hid their abuse. Colorado opened a three-year "lookback window" that completely removes the statute of limitations for filing sexual abuse claims. This time frame is open to survivors whose claims were previously blocked by old time restrictions. This window opens January 1, 2022, so call today to start your journey towards justice.

Colorado Statute of Limitations on Sexual Abuse Changed

ATTENTION Colorado SEXUAL ABUSE SURVIVORS:

In early 2021, Colorado completely removed the statute of limitations for civil claims of child sexual abuse. Previously, sexual abuse victims only had six years after the abuse happened or to the age of 24 to file a civil lawsuit against their abusers or institutions that hid their abuse. Now, the statute of limitations has been removed. Victims can now file civil claims for sexual abuse at any age, no matter how long ago the abuse happened. Additionally, on June 8, 2021, Colorado opened a three-year “lookback window” that opens new opportunities for Colorado sexual abuse victims to seek justice for their abuse. During this three-year window, Colorado sexual abuse claims that were considered expired or ineligible under old statute of limitations can be revived, meaning past sexual abuse victims may receive a second chance to hold their abusers accountable in Colorado’s court system.

WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR ME?

IF YOU SURVIVED SEXUAL ABUSE IN COLORADO, HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:

Colorado opened a “lookback window” that completely removes the time limits on filing civil claims for sexual abuse for three years

Cases that were deemed ineligible or expired under the previous statute of limitations can be brought forward during this three-year period

Your options to seek justice for sexual abuse have increased

Colorado completely removed the time limits for filing new claims of child sexual abuse. This means you can prosecute your abuser at any time for sexual abuse crimes
committed against you.

THIS “LOOKBACK WINDOW” OPENS JANUARY 1, 2022 AND CLOSES JANUARY 1, 2025

Colorado: SAY “NO MORE” TO SEXUAL ABUSE

No More Abuse USA aims to be a voice for change for sexual abuse survivors. That begins with you getting the justice that’s been withheld from you for too long. We fight for victims of childhood sexual abuse across America, and our attorneys take your case personally. Our team is here to be your advocate in your time of need, helping you get the resources for recovery you deserve. If you survived sexual abuse in Colorado, you are not alone. You have options for help and recovery. Call us today to learn about your options for legal help for sexual abuse. You have legal rights that need to be protected, and we can help you take your first steps towards justice.

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