Boy Scout Ineligible Volunteer Files
Historic Day!! We have filed some of the first lawsuits against the Boy Scouts under California’s new law for survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Under the new law, all survivors of childhood sexual abuse, regardless of their current age, are provided a three year “window” to file a civil lawsuit for the abuse they suffered. This “window” could be significantly shortened if a defendant files for bankruptcy, so please contact us right away for a free, confidential consultation to learn your options under this new law!!
The Associated Press published a story on the new law that features one of our attorneys, Michael T. Pfau, and one of our clients who survived abused in the Boy Scouts (he decided to speak out and be interviewed). You can read the story by clicking here.
We represent dozens of people who survived sexual abuse in the Boy Scouts in California. The attorneys listed on this website have a significant amount of experience helping survivors of childhood sexual abuse, and we currently represent dozens of people who will be filing claims against the Boy Scouts in California under the new law. If you or someone you love was sexually abused by a Scout leader or someone else associated with the Boy Scouts, please contact us to learn about the new law and to ensure your rights are protected. We provide a free, confidential legal consultation.
Read the Boy Scouts’ “Ineligible Volunteer” files for California. Since the early 1900s, the Boy Scouts of America maintained a list of individuals that it deemed to be “ineligible” to volunteer. Many of those individuals were added to the list over allegations of child sexual abuse.
Below are the names of individuals from that list who were associated with the Boy Scouts in California, along with a link to some or all of the file that the Boy Scouts maintained on each individual.
If you or someone you know were abused by a Boy Scout leader or volunteer, even if it was decades ago, please contact us for a free, confidential consultation to learn your options under the new law.