sexual misconduct injuries


Sexual abuse is an emotionally and physically traumatic experience for victims. Legal action can sometimes help to bring some sense of justice, but perhaps more importantly, legal action can sometimes prevent what has happened to a victim from happening again. It is, therefore, important to seek help if you have been the victim of abuse.For an Indianapolis sexual assault attorney who has helped many victims of sexual abuse over the years, turn to Rob King & Associates, Trial Lawyers. We are compassionate, competent and will handle your case with sensitivity.


Oftentimes, the physical location where sexual misconduct occurs can be a contributing cause to the harm that takes place. Inadequate security, inadequate supervision of personnel, inadequate training, inadequate lighting and inadequate safeguards can all play a role in creating an environment where a sexual predator is emboldened to act. The following are places where, without adequate precautions, harm can occur:

  • Schools or colleges
  • School buses
  • Bars or taverns
  • Parties
  • Hotel rooms
  • Parking lots
  • Nursing homes
  • Jails
  • Group homes
  • Spas
  • Doctor’s offices

Sexual misconduct can come in many forms, but often involves a person abusing a position of trust, such as a school bus driver, teacher or even a medical provider. Sexual misconduct can also result from inadequate security or safeguards at apartment complexes, hotels or parking lots.

If you have been a victim of sexual abuse, we understand from our past experiences in helping other victims some of what you may be going through. Your sexual abuse attorney at Rob King & Associates, Trial Lawyers, will help you with the legal issues so that you can focus on your recovery. You can trust us to hold accountable those responsible for your sexual abuse injury.


Do not delay. Our Indianapolis attorneys are compassionate toward sexual misconduct victims. Contact us at 317-916-0000 to schedule a free consultation today with a sexual assault attorney today.