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A new Massachusetts law benefits child sex abuse victims by allowing them, until age 53, to sue their perpetrators, and also to sue the institutions who failed to protect them, within seven years after the effects are discovered.  The Law Office of Carmen L. Durso has helped hundreds of abuse survivors obtain justice, even if the abuse occurred years ago. Get more information at www.dursolaw.com.

Carmen L. Durso is an AV Preeminent rated Attorney, who specializes in representing survivors of sexual abuse, and was selected as a 2014 Lawyer of the Year by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.

Rosanne Zuffante is an experienced paralegal, who guides victims through the legal process.

The Law Office of Carmen L. Durso

Tel: 617-728-9123 / 800-287-9123 Email: info@dursolaw.com






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