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$5.4 Million Jury Verdict Awarded in Child Victims Act Case

Numerous media outlets have reported on the $5.4 million jury verdict that attorneys from Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria recently obtained on behalf of their client, who is a victim of childhood sexual assault.

Attorneys Amy C. Keller and Gregory P. Krull represented the victim in this case. ABC News affiliate WHAM 13 spoke with Amy Keller regarding the case. NBC News affiliate WHEC and News Radio WHAM 1180 also reported on the jury verdict.

To maintain his privacy, the victim is identified as “LG 55 Doe” in court filings for this matter. LG 55 Doe is an adult in his 30s, who was sexually assaulted as a child. As a minor, LG 55 Doe attended middle school at Siena Catholic Academy in Brighton, NY, from 2002-2004. While attending Siena Catholic Academy, LG 55 Doe met Joseph A. Grasso, a Catholic Priest who served as Principal of the school. Joseph Grasso used his position as a priest and school Principal of Siena Catholic Academy to pull LG 55 Doe out of his classes and sexually assault him.

Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria Continues the Fight to Help Victims of Childhood Sexual Assault

Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria LLP was in bankruptcy court this week representing child victims in their battle with the Diocese of Buffalo.

Partner, Rick Weisbeck, called out the child molesters masquerading as priests, former bishops, pastors, and other church officials describing them as “weak men who lack character” and who put their own interests above the interests of the child victims.

He stated that the child victims were sent to Catholic schools and churches to learn values that would guide them in adulthood to “always do the right thing”.

$95 Million Jury Verdict Awarded in Monroe County Child Victims Act Case

Attorney Amy Keller recently obtained a $95 million jury verdict for her client, a Rochester man, who is the victim of childhood sexual abuse.

In a front-page story, the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle reported on the significant verdict handed down by a Monroe County jury in this Child Victims Act case. ABC news affiliate WHAM13 also spoke with attorney Amy Keller for their report on this case.