Paul Hoybjerg and Vince Finaldi of Manly, Steward & Finaldi have filed suit against SCUSD, alleged sexual predator
Not long after the arrest of a male teacher who taught at Bowling Green – Chacon Language and Science Academy for lewd and lascivious acts with multiple students, victims began seeking out Paul Hoybjerg at Hoybjerg Law.
Paul is a personal injury and abuse attorney with years of experience representing victims of institutional child abuse, which has occurred at schools and churches. At a press conference on May 12, 2023, Paul and his colleague Vince Finaldi of Manly, Stewart & Finaldi announced filing their civil lawsuit against the alleged abuser and the Sacramento Unified School District.
“The family had a right to trust that when they sent their beloved child off to school, that she would be safe,” Paul said during the press conference. “That trust has been shattered.”
Based on his recent cases, he said anecdotally that institutional abuse in the Sacramento Area seems to be more targeted toward children of immigrant families, like those at the Bowling Green – Chacon Language and Science Academy.
It’s essential for families who aren’t receiving the support they need from their child’s school, school district, church, or archdiocese, to contact litigators like himself who can stop the abuse immediately and ensure the alleged abuser faces justice.
If your child was a victim of the alleged child predator at Bowling Green – Chacon Language and Science Academy, or you know a child who was abused, contact Paul Hoybjerg to be anonymously added to the growing list of victims. Read the lawsuit here.
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Signs of Child Abuse
Children and those with disabilities experience abuse. It may be difficult for them to communicate or want to talk about the abuse. Signs of abuse include:
- Withdrawn behavior and isolation or secrecy
- Desire to not be touched in any way
- Radical shifts in grooming or bathing
- Wearing clothing that either exposes too much of the body or hides as much as possible
- Difficulty walking, sitting, or standing
- Severe appetite changes
- Changed sleeping patterns, excessive or inability to sleep
- Sexually aggressive behavior
- Violent or sexually explicit art (writings, drawings)
- Cruelty to animals, friends, or siblings
- Unreasonable fear
- Excessive clinginess
- Children reverting back to thumb-sucking or bed-wetting
- Sudden bursts of anxiety or panic
- Excessive time spent online
- Destructive behaviors such as self-harm
If a child exhibits these behaviors, abuse may have occurred. It is crucial to speak to a professional.
What are signs of Child Sexual Abuse
Sexual abuse at schools can include:
- Touching of body parts
- A teacher or adult having students sit on their lap
- Pulling on bras/underwear and clothing
- Sending and requesting inappropriate photos
- Sexual comments or jokes directed at a student
- Inappropriate sexual gestures or movements
If you or your child has experienced sexual harassment or sexual abuse, it is important to call an experienced attorney who handles cases involving abuse, harassment, and bullying. Victims of abuse have legal options available, and a qualified lawyer can help inform you of your rights.
Local Child Sexual Abuse Lawyer
At Hoybjerg Law, your free case evaluation, legal counsel, and legal fees – your entire legal recourse – are paid for by your settlement. Our law firm always has the incentive to help you recover compensation because you don’t pay if we don’t win. That’s our entire business model, including child sexual abuse and similar cases.
Most attorneys work for big law firms based in Los Angeles or the Bay Area. Paul Hoybjerg and his team live in the area they represent, ensuring Hoybjerg Law clients have a local advocate to reach a fair settlement and justice for you and your family. Additionally, Paul is fluent in Spanish.
Paul takes the time to listen to clients and has successfully won cases for his clients against major corporations, goliath insurance conglomerates, and school districts. Paul does not back down and advocates for his clients, ensuring their voices are heard and their rights are protected.