STAMFORD, CT (February 23, 2022) — The Boy Scouts of America, once one of the largest youth organizations in the country, fought for years to silence survivors and victims of crime who threatened their brand as a cherished American institution. After 100 years of documented abuse claims, a national movement of more than 80,000 survivors and victims of crime filed claims against the Boy Scouts of America. In response, the Boy Scouts of America declared bankruptcy. What happens now? How can survivors still seek justice? Listen to Paul Slager and Michael Pfau, two attorneys who represent these survivors, to learn more in this two part episode.
Click the links below to learn more about the attorneys featured in this episode:
Paul Slager https://www.sgtlaw.com/attorney/paul-a-slager/
Michael Pfau https://www.pcva.law/attorneys/michael-pfau/
Visit the National Crime Victim Bar Association for referrals to victim-centered attorneys in your area. https://victimbar.org/
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