A man who lobbied for the New York State Adult Survivor Act has filed a lawsuit against Syracuse University.
New York State | Dec, 2022 New York State Passes Adult Survivors Act for Survivors to Finally Seek Justice. The ASA creates a special one-year look-back window to allow time-barred individuals who were 18 or older when they were sexually assaulted in New York State to file a lawsuit against the person who harmed them […]
Safe Horizon | Oct, 2022 On May 24, 2022, Governor Kathy Hochul signed the Adult Survivors Act (ASA) into law, which gives survivors of sexual assault an opportunity to heal and seek justice. The ASA creates a special one-year look-back window to allow time-barred individuals who were 18 or older when they were sexually assaulted […]
By ADAM KLASFELDLAW AND CRIME | JUL 29, 2022 A New York jury convicted a former pain management doctor and neurologist of raping, abusing and sexually assaulting six of his patients whom he hooked on opioids, the district attorney’s office announced on Friday. Read The Full Article
Safe Horizon | June, 2022 Safe Horizon, survivors, and lawmakers rallied for the Adult Survivors Act before the legislative session ends. Legislators have only 10 days to pass the bill. CVA survivors joined to urge legislators to open the lookback window to time-barred survivors who were over the age of 18 at the time of […]
Safe Horizon | May, 2022 Safe Horizon supports the Adult Survivors Act which is proposed legislation that would create a special one-year look-back window to allow individuals who were 18 or older when they were sexually assaulted in New York State to file a lawsuit against the person who harmed them and/or the negligent institution. […]
By DR. ROBERT DRUGERNEW YORK DAILY NEWS | FEB 17, 2022 Over the course of almost five decades and across two countries, the man who abused me and countless others — track coach and former Olympian Conrad Mainwaring — used his Olympic status to gain access to young male athletes in order to manipulate and abuse them. During Mainwaring’s […]
Dr. Ricardo Cruciani, a neurologist who admitted to sexually abusing women after drugging them, leaving State Supreme Court in Manhattan in 2018. Read The Full Article