Madeline Bryer knows how hard it can be to find an attorney knowledgeable about crime victims’ legal issues and sensitive to their emotional needs.

Twenty years ago, Bryer, now a plaintiff’s negligence attorney in Manhattan who concentrates on advocacy for crime victims, was sexually assaulted by a superintendent at her work place. Along with a criminal suit, Bryer, then a social worker, searched long and hard to find a good attorney to handle a civil suit against Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, her employer.

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