It’s not hard to find advertisements for law firm practices targeting sex trafficking. Web pages about this area of the law are often found among links about auto accident and mass tort cases.

The web pages themselves frequently read like what you’d expect for a slip-and-fall case — “If you or someone you know has been a victim of sex trafficking, you may be entitled to compensation” — and urge victims to contact the firm.

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