Im worried about having my childs name out in the public after they have been do I waive my right to privacy by making a claim for my child?
A: No. There are things that can be done to protect the anonymity of your child so that their name will never be placed in any public record and no one will ever know that it is your child bringing a lawsuit for claim for child abuse or child sexual abuse. The experienced child abuse and child sexual abuse attorneys at Mallard Law Firm can provide you detailed information as to how your child’s privacy is maintained while pursuing a claim to compensate them for the damages for which they are entitled due to child abuse at a school, church school or any other entity or person. For more information about child abuse and child sexual abuse claims, please click here for a copy of our free book titled “When the Unthinkable Happens: Your Guide to Florida Child Abuse Cases.” You may also contact the attorneys at Mallard Law Firm, P.A. without obligation toll free at (888) 409-3805.